FDA Closes Potential Food Additive Option In Warnings To Supplement Firms
Six warnings to firms marketing products containing DMHA mark a change in the agency's supplement market oversight with explanation that non-dietary ingredients that have not been approved for use in food are deemed unsafe and are not allowed for use in supplements under an exemption for food additives Other three firms FDA warned were advised the ingredient phenibut found in their products also isn't eligible for use in supplements.
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