The FDA is reclassifying herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements as “synthetic food preservatives,” which means many of them may be pulled off the market and the rest subjected to extreme regulation. This leads us to ask…
This Saturday at 9am Pacific, the Food Chain Radio show with Michael Olson hosts Attorney Jonathan W. Emord for a conversation about the FDA’s effort to take total control of dietary supplements. (Food Chain Radio #742)
Topics include how Codex Alimentarius demands the U.S. treat its food supplements as toxins; why the U.S. government is acceding to the demands of Codex; and what this compliance will mean to those who use dietary supplements like vitamins and minerals.
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