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CSPI says 'broken' GRAS program should not be expanded to dietary supplements

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The generally recognized as safe (GRAS) process is not a good substitute for the New Dietary Ingredient Notification (NDIN) program for dietary supplements and using the “broken” GRAS process may undermine product safety, warned Laura MacCleery of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) at  a meeting last week.


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