Unsafe Levels Of Heavy Metals In Supplements Concern EU Authorities In Q3
Dietary supplements containing unauthorized or unsafe substances, including heavy metals at excessive levels, were reported to the European Commission by national regulators on more than 40 occasions in the third quarter of 2023.
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