Catch up on some of CRN's top clips and bylined articles in recent supplement industry news.

  JANUARY 10, 2020  

On the horizon: 2020 Forecast 

Experts share their insights on the state of the natural products industry. 

The legacy of 2019: CBD, mandatory listing and discord

The question of CBD, and of a mandatory product listing, have dominated a year that for the dietary supplement industry has not been as tumultuous as some. 

5 (actually, 10) things that should concern us about CBD 

In a piece for Nutrition Business Journal's Hemp & CBD Guide 2.0, Council for Responsible Nutrition President and CEO Steve Mister shared the top concerns CBD poses for the supplement industry.

Sweeping changes proposed to dietary supplement notification system

Scott Bass, an attorney in the nation's capital who helped draft DSHEA, and Massachusetts physician Pieter Cohen have proposed requiring manufacturers submit the vast majority of new dietary ingredients to FDA for safety assessments. 

Changes to NDI process called for in paper that claims DSHEA no longer adequate to regulate industry

A paper published in a prominent medical journal asserts that the law governing dietary supplements is no longer adequate to protect consumers and sweeping changes are needed to keep potentially dangerous new ingredients off the market.

Supplement trade associations react to new FDA commissioner Dr. Hahn

Dr. Stephen Hahn was the chief medical officer at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Including two interim commissioners, he is the fourth person to head the Agency in 2019.