Dietary Supplement Labeling and Advertising Claims: Are Clinical Studies on the Full Product Required?

Food and Drug Law Journal, Vol. 64, No. 1

The article provides an overview of the relevant substantiation requirements for dietary supplement claims and then reviews FTC’s and FDA’s guidance on key ingredient claims; relevant case law; use of key ingredient claims in the advertising of other consumer products; and the National Advertising Division of the Better Business Bureau, Inc.’s (NAD’s) approach to evaluating key ingredient claims for dietary supplements.

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