Dietary Supplements

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This document serves as a guideline for the preparation by suppliers and appropriate use by their customers of a Certificate of Analysis (COA) for Dietary Supplement Components.

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The following CHPA research initiatives and products highlight the meaningful ways that OTC medicines provide consumers access to trusted, affordable, empowering self-care options.

Explore our list of resources to learn more about the dietary supplement category and how it is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Federal Trade Commission.

Current good manufacturing practices establish uniform standards to ensure quality throughout the manufacturing, packaging, labeling, and holding of OTC medicines and dietary supplement products.

Members of CHPA which market dietary supplements formally initiated a voluntary labeling program on March 22, 2000 which relates to the use of the following label statement on dietary supplement products.

CHPA supports the regulatory authorities governing dietary supplement manufacturing, labeling, and marketing and works to ensure the availability of safe dietary supplements.

This document was developed by members of the CHPA Dietary Supplements Committee Probiotics Labeling Group to provide voluntary guidelines for use by manufacturers of dietary supplement products containing probiotic ingredients.

Regulation of Dietary Supplements covers marketing, manufacturing, labeling, and advertising enforced by FDA and the Federal Trade Commission. See these FAQs to learn more.

Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) members agree voluntarily to refrain from labeling or marketing products that contain goldenseal.

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