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Registration Is Now Open for the Dietary Supplements Regulatory Summit

Washington, D.C.—Registration is now open for the Dietary Supplements Regulatory Summit (DSRS), taking place Tuesday, May 14, 2019, according to a press release made...

AHPA Forms Sustainability Sub-Committee

The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) Botanical Raw Materials Committee has launched a Sustainability Subcommittee, according to a press release made on Friday the...

Saw Palmetto Prices Up Threefold

Silver Spring, MD -- Saw palmetto prices are running three times the average of 2017 due to excessive rains which affected the total berry...

Prepare for the Worst: China-U.S. Trade War Is On

Washington, DC -- The trade war is on. President Trump announced he is ordering 10% tariffs beginning Sept. 24 on the $200 billion worth...

AHPA Seeks China Tariff Relief for Supplements

Silver Spring, MD — The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) has submitted comments to the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) to...
Capitol Hill

It’s Day on the Hill as Hemp at Risk

Washington, D.C. — Timing is everything and it's a big day for the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) and the Council for Responsible Nutrition...
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AHPA Updates Primer on Product Liability Insurance

The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) has posted a revised version of its insurance primer for the dietary supplement industry. It answers common questions about...

AHPA, OTA, and QAI Announce Resource for Supplement Industry

An updated, free resource for the health supplement industry called Guidance on Formulation and Marketing of Dietary Supplements Under the National Organic Program (NOP)...
Holly Johnson, AHPA Chief Science Officer

AHPA Appoints Holly Johnson New Chief Science Officer

Silver Spring, MD — The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) has named Holly E. Johnson, Ph.D., a pharmacognosist with more than 20 years of...

Supplement Industry Issues Advisory on Opioid Claims

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Leading dietary supplement trade associations have come out with a caution that supplements cannot be considered a treatment for opioid addiction...

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