DSHEA

Browse DSHEA Content

Here CHPA provides feedback on FDA's proposed development of an authorized list of pre-Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) dietary ingredients.

Dec 4, 2017

Scientific experts familiar with herbal products and their testing methods maintain that the DNA barcode test is not an appropriate method to determine what is in an herbal dietary supplement.

Feb 23, 2015

Echoing earlier comments submitted to the agency, CHPA and its member companies marketing dietary supplement products support the presumption of safety for dietary ingredients outlined in the 1994 passage of DSHEA.

Oct 24, 2013

The industry favors and supports the development of reasonable guidance. However, the agency’s attempt to redefine the NDI notification process contradicts the letter and spirit of DSHEA. The Draft Guidance would undo nearly two decades of agency practice and policy.

Dec 2, 2011

Members of CHPA which market dietary supplements formally initiated a voluntary labeling program on March 22, 2000 which relates to the use of the following label statement on dietary supplement products.

Learn about CHPA's current slate of federal legislative priorities including OTC regulatory reform, dietary supplement regulation modernization, supply chain and product integrity, and more.

Regulation of Dietary Supplements covers marketing, manufacturing, labeling, and advertising enforced by FDA and the Federal Trade Commission. See these FAQs to learn more.

Advertising and marketing of dietary supplements are regulated by the FDA, the FTC, and other governmental organizations. Products must be deemed safe prior to marketing and advertisement claims must be substantiated.

Explore our list of resources to learn more about the dietary supplement category and how it is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Federal Trade Commission.

Filter Results