ECRM Vitamins, Diet and Nutrition 2007

Both supplement industry advocates and lawmakers are putting into motion early this year initiatives that finally will apply a little credibility to an often-criticized industry. Two industry groups — the Dietary Supplement Education Alliance and the Council for Responsible Nutrition — will be kicking off media campaigns this spring to better educate the press on supplement issues. And Congress in late December passed legislation requiring serious adverse events associated with nutritional supplements be reported to the Food and Drug Administration, an initiative that is expected to inject a jolt of much-needed credibility back into the industry.

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