Self-regulation

Supplement OWL: The Dietary Supplement Product Registry

Frequently Asked Questions

The dietary supplement industry has developed a new online product registry designed to provide a more complete picture of the dietary supplement marketplace for government and private stakeholders: legislators, regulators, retailers, industry and consumers. The database will serve as a resource to identify dietary supplements, key ingredients, product label information and claims, and the companies making and marketing those products.

FDA Warning Letters Database for Dietary Supplements

This free online tool compiles FDA Warning Letters sent to dietary supplement companies into a searchable database to help industry achieve better regulatory compliance. The database can be used to evaluate FDA’s warning letter allegations of good manufacturing practices (GMPs) violations, products making impermissible claims, and products tainted with illegal ingredients. 

Code of Ethics

CRN and its members share a commitment to improving public health through nutrition, including the appropriate use of dietary supplements and functional food1.In pursuit of this goal, CRN’s members pledge to observe and uphold the highest ethical principles in their dealings with their customers, suppliers, competitors, regulators and consumers in order to foster confidence in our products. In particular, CRN and its members commit themselves to the following ethical principles