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U.S. and China Aim for a Deal with Farmers at the Forefront

The latest in the Trade War between China and the U.S. is that it might be breaking. On December 2, according to NPR, President Trump...

From the Ground Up: Standardization, Regulation, Innovation

It’s time to go back to the beginning, all the way to the raw materials. First, there’s the all-consuming issue of tariffs, of what...

Trading NAFTA For USMCA and Sales For Aid

Washington, DC—The trade rollercoaster shows no signs of slowing down, between governmental aid that isn’t enough and a deal to replace NAFTA that’s giving...

Tariffs Have Been Implemented. What Next?

The tariffs have been realized; the trade talks have been canceled. The trade war shows no sign of letting up. Brace yourself for higher...

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...

Industry Wary as Trade Wars, Tariffs Unfold

The evolving trade and tariff situations in China and elsewhere in the world are forcing supplement manufacturers to stay alert and adapt. What’s the...

Proposed Chinese Tariffs Could Raise Supplement Prices

The Trump Administration has published a proposed list of 1,300 Chinese imports that will be hit with an increased duty of 25%. Some dietary...

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