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FDA Could Stick With Current Advice On NDI Notifications, Old Ingredient Evidence

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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FDA has little priority, and limited resources available for finalizing its 2016 draft guidance on NDI notifications and for establishing a process that certifies dietary ingredients as being available before October 1994, says regulatory attorney Miriam Guggenheim.For both of those developments, she says, "I'm not holding my breath."

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