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Heavy Metals: Analysis and Limits in the Herbal Dietary Supplements

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This document provides proposed limits with accompanying explanations as to how they were determined for lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic, and accompanying explanations as to how these limits were determined.

Guidance for Addressing FDA cGMP Inspections of Dietary Supplement Facilities

Understand your rights and obligations when FDA conducts a cGMP inspection

This Guidance for Addressing FDA Inspections of Dietary Supplement Facilities has been prepared to assist AHPA members in understanding their rights and obligations when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration conducts an inspection of a facility in which dietary supplements or ingredients are manufactured, processed, packed or held. It provides descriptions and analyses of the current federal laws that are relevant to inspection of dietary supplement facilities and suggestions of how to prepare for and conduct inspections in a manner that fully complies with these laws.

cGMP Compliance Series: How to Conduct & Manage a FDA Inspection

Presented: July 30, 2009

This webinar covers the extent of FDA's authority during an inspection, so you know your rights.

cGMP Compliance Series: Record Keeping, Document Control & How to Write SOPs

Presented: May 28, 2009

Learn how to create, manage and control documents for good GMP practices, inspectors, auditors and safety.

May 2009 AHPA Report

Special Issue on cGMP for Dietary Supplements

May 2009 AHPA Report: Special Issue on cGMP for Dietary Supplements

April 2009 AHPA Report

Highlights from AHPA Events & Meetings in Anaheim

April 2009 AHPA Report: Highlights from AHPA Events & Meetings in Anaheim

March 2009 AHPA Report

AHPA's McGuffin on Lacey Act Implementation

March 2009 AHPA Report: AHPA's McGuffin on Lacey Act Implementation

February 2009 AHPA Report

McGuffin Reports on AHPA's OEHHA Comments, Forest Service Final Rule

February 2009 AHPA Report: McGuffin Reports on AHPA's OEHHA Comments, Forest Service Final Rule

CGMP Compliance Series: Setting and Meeting Specifications for Contaminants in Finished Products

Presented: January 22, 2009

Under the cGMP rule, it is the responsibility of the manufacturer to identify contaminants likely or certain to be present in or on components received and to establish limits to prevent adulteration of these components.

January 2009 AHPA Report Now Online

Feature Articles by AHPA's McGuffin, General Counsel Tony Young

January 2009 AHPA Report Now Online: Feature Articles by AHPA's McGuffin, General Counsel Tony Young
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