The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) will present a two-hour educational webinar titled "FDA Inspections & Emerging cGMP Compliance Issues for Dietary Supplements--Recent 483s," on Thursday, October 1, 2015, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. EDT.
AHPA expresses concern that USP's proposal confuses unlawful misbranded drugs with legal dietary supplements
The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) submitted comments yesterday on Food and Drug Administration (FDA) draft guidance issued on May 7 for mandatory food recall provisions in the Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA).
The American Herbal Products Association's (AHPA's) successful advocacy efforts in Louisiana will ensure consumers have access to common herbal supplements that support health and well being. Legislation advocated by AHPA, passed by the Louisiana legislature on June 9 and signed into state law on July 1, allows certain herbs that had been banned by the state to again be sold in dietary supplement products.
AHPA on Monday submitted comments on the FDA's proposed rule for the registration of food facilities, which amends and updates current registration regulations as part of the implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
AHPA criticizes one of the mechanisms OEHHA uses to add substances to the Prop 65 list
AHPA submitted comments in response to OEHHA's Notice of Intent to List goldenseal root powder and Aloe vera, whole leaf extract, as known to the state to cause cancer under Proposition 65
Does Naturally Occurring Pulegone Represent 'Exposure' Under CA Prop 65?
AHPA has updated guidance to help members understand and comply with California Proposition 65 requirements when selling products that contain pulegone, a ketonic monoterpene that is a naturally present constituent in various plant species, including mints.
Presented: May 20, 2015
This webinar provides an overview of several significant developments related to California's Proposition 65. Companies that sell products in California should understand these recent changes and be prepared for additional changes that are in development.
DNA analysis can generate false negative results due to the normal and expected lack of DNA in some processed herbal ingredients
The statement provides the view of the American Herbal Products Association of the current state of the science of the use of DNA barcoding as a technique for authenticating the identity of herbal materials for this purpose and is intended to explain any misunderstandings that may arise out of the March 30 agreement as to the currently limited applicability of this analytical technique.
24 March, 2015 | in AHPA News
The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) Board of Trustees acted at its meeting earlier this month to adopt a position to oppose labeling of foods that contain GMO ingredients as "natural" or with any similar term and to oppose inclusion of a federal preemption provision in any GMO legislation that may be offered in the U.S. Congress, whether for mandatory or voluntary labeling.