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CBD Oil Still Under Attack

Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as do the circumstances of individual cases,...

2018 Natural Products Day: Keeping Up Appearances at the Capitol

Washington, D.C. — On April 18, the Natural Products Association (NPA) held its annual Natural Products Day, during which NPA members lobby their representatives...
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White Paper Outlines Best Practices For MAP Policy

By Whitney C. Gibson and Daren Garcia of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP As virtually all consumer product manufacturers and brand owners by...

Patricide by the FDA on Homeopathy

Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as do the circumstances of individual cases,...

Monsanto Wants To Disguise Its Genetically Engineered Foods As “Biofortified”

Editor’s Note: This article is intended for information purposes only. Because state and municipal laws vary greatly, as do the circumstances of individual cases,...

Walmart Sued for Deceiving Consumers about Organic Eggs

Chicago, IL - A federal lawsuit claims Walmart has deceived customers who buy its Organic Marketside brand eggs, according to Reuters.  The suit, filed...

Indiana Gives Mixed Messages on CBD

Indianapolis, IN — According to IndyStar, Indiana Attorney General (AG) Curtis Hill declared that cannabidiol (CBD) oil is illegal to sell or own in...
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Amarin Appeals ITC Decision

As expected, Amarin Corp. is appealing to the U.S. Federal Circuit Court the International Trade Commission’s decision to decline its request to block the...

FTC Deceptive Advertising Complaint Settled

Washington, D.C. -- The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says a network of online marketers and the three people behind it have agreed to settle...

CRN Testifies Against Bill Limiting Weight, Muscle Supplement Sales

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) on Tuesday provided testimony against HB 1195, a bill that would restrict those 18 years and younger from...

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