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Developing Vitamin, Mineral and Supplement Products for Commercial and Compliance Success

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Product development in the dietary supplement industry has never been more competitive. With new companies and products arriving in the marketplace at rapid speed, the pressure is on to develop something new and exciting for the consumer in order to stay ahead of the competition.

When developing new products, one area that cannot be overlooked is that of regulatory compliance with the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), and FDA’s Good Manufacturing Practice requirements for dietary supplements per 21 CFR 111, Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) in Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplements, and appropriate labeling of the dietary supplement product in accordance to 21 CFR 101, Food Labeling.

Join EAS Independent Consultant, Steve Cammarn, Ph.D., for a discussion on principles and techniques for a phased-approach of the development of vitamin, mineral, and supplements, incorporating product design, process development, supply chain establishment, and qualification. Dr. Cammarn weaves together the scientific principles as well as the overarching regulatory requirements that must be met for commercial and compliance success.

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Product development in the dietary supplement industry has never been more competitive. With new companies and products arriving in the marketplace at rapid speed, the pressure is on to develop something new and exciting for the consumer in order to stay ahead of the competition.

When developing new products, one area that cannot be overlooked is that of regulatory compliance with the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), and FDA’s Good Manufacturing Practice requirements for dietary supplements per 21 CFR 111, Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) in Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplements, and appropriate labeling of the dietary supplement product in accordance to 21 CFR 101, Food Labeling.

Join EAS Independent Consultant, Steve Cammarn, Ph.D., for a discussion on principles and techniques for a phased-approach of the development of vitamin, mineral, and supplements, incorporating product design, process development, supply chain establishment, and qualification. Dr. Cammarn weaves together the scientific principles as well as the overarching regulatory requirements that must be met for commercial and compliance success.