Dietary Supplements

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The foundation’s consumer-facing and mobile-friendly website, KnowYourOTCs.org, provides consumers with easily accessible information and guidance on how to safely use, store, and dispose of OTC products.

Voluntary Codes and Guidelines

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.

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The following CHPA research initiatives and products highlight the meaningful ways that OTC medicines provide consumers access to trusted, affordable, empowering self-care options.

Voluntary Codes and Guidelines

CHPA members agree voluntarily to take appropriate steps to assure that the following raw materials have not been substituted in whole or in part with known toxic adulterants,

Voluntary Codes and Guidelines

With the exception of certain products, CHPA members agree voluntarily that any product that contains as an ingredient any of the herbs listed below shall include the following information on its label.

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Dietary supplements are regulated products. Dietary supplement marketing, manufacturing, labeling, and advertising are all covered by regulations enforced by FDA and the Federal Trade Commission.

Voluntary Codes and Guidelines

CHPA members agree voluntarily to refrain from trade in wild-harvested lady’s slippers.

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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.

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