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Retail Standards for Dietary Supplements
"When retailers each develop their own standards that are duplicative or inconsistent, or don’t appreciate the complexity of supplement manufacturing, they increase costs for manufacturers that may be passed on to consumers.
Retailers must work with responsible supplement industry leaders to develop harmonized certification standards that best serve consumers, protecting access to a wide range of safe, high-quality supplements," CRN's Associate General Counsel and Vice President Megan Olsen in this short video.
Olsen emphasizes that retailers must work with responsible supplement industry leaders to develop harmonized certification standards that best serve consumers, protecting access to a wide range of safe, high-quality supplements.
“It’s critical that retailers and manufacturers come to the same table to make quality and safety the base price of entry into the retail supplement marketplace.”
—Megan Olsen CRN Associate General Counsel & Vice President in Natural Products Insider
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For CRN Members: Retailer Standards Working Group
CRN has created a Retailer Standards Working Group to help facilitate conversations with retailers about harmonized standards for dietary supplement products. This working group is open to CRN voting member companies, with each permitted one representative, focusing on manufacturer and supplier concerns. Contact Megan Olsen with questions.