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DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS


DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS LABELLING

A dietary supplement must be labeled as such and must be intended for ingestion. A dietary supplement must not be represented for use as a conventional food or as a sole item of a meal or the diet. Finally, the dietary supplement category generally does not include articles approved as new drugs, licensed as biologics, or authorized for clinical investigation under an IND, unless the article was previously marketed as a dietary supplement or as a food.

MEDERA Consulting can assess your product and perform:

  • Review of claims to ensure compliance with existing applicable regulations
  • Comprehensive literature reviews to determine whether sufficient data exist to support a health claim
  • Guidance on all aspects of labeling, marketing and advertising
  • Development of the Supplement Facts box
  • Structure/Function claim development and substantiation

Having your food labeling reviewed by MEDERA Consulting can prevent costly errors. To learn how this service would be beneficial for your particular dietary product contact us. To receive our free white paper on marketing a healthcare product in U.S., please click here.