Cosmetics Reform In, Dietary Supplements Out Of US Omnibus Spending Bill
The must-pass federal spending bill includes the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act, which previously appeared as a rider in US Food and Drug Administration user-fee legislation but was cut from the final iteration.
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Companies have one year to comply with US FDA registration and product listing requirements under the Modernization of Cosmetic Regulations Act of 2022, part of the $1.7tr omnibus spending package signed by President Joe Biden on 29 December. Trade groups applauded the historic milestone and the legislation’s departure from previous proposals, including the elimination of user fees.