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Costs Mount For Firms As Amino Acids, Vegetable Proteins Sit On Docks

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

The cost of delays and analytical tests resulting from FDA's import alert on vegetable protein concentrates and amino acids from China is significant, and the cost will be passed down the line, insiders in the supply industry agree

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