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Structure/Function Claims: Crafting Smart & Lawful Marketing Info & Labels

Presented: June 28, 2007

The limits placed on what you can and cannot claim about your product are key elements of the laws that affect dietary supplements. Every marketing plan must balance what federal law allows, what is informative to consumers, and what may drive sales.

cGMP Compliance Series: The Quality Unit

Presented: December 14, 2006

As described in the cGMP rules, your company must establish a Quality Unit, an independent group with unique responsibilities and authority to manage product excellence, consumer safety, compliance, company liability.

cGMP Compliance: Botanical Identity & Herb Quality

Presented: September 28, 2006

This webinar is designed to help companies evaluate ingredient identity and quality and comply with FDA’s dietary supplement cGMP rule.

Allowable Claims and Claim Substantiation: How to Comply with the Law & Maximize your marketing

Presented: August 3, 2006

Many companies have learned the hard way that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) does not send Warning Letters. If your claims are out of compliance, FTC is going to file a complaint.

Claims Substantiation: How to Ensure Your Dietary Supplement Product Claims are Truthful & Lega

Presented: March 3, 2006

The FDA and FTC have stepped up their enforcement activities against unlawful drug claims and unsubstantiated structure/function claims made by supplement marketers.

Federal Food Allergen Labeling & Consumer Protection Act Seminar

Presented: December 2, 2005

Targeted and instructional information to help you efficiently learn the relevant components of the law, become trained to set up a compliance program, and hear what is at stake if products do not meet the new policy.
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