Caffeine Supplements Need More Marketing Caution, Not Regulation – Trade Groups
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA’s recent warning consumers should not use powdered pure caffeine could trigger legislative efforts to more tightly regulate the ingredient. But trade group say voluntary labeling, including consumer warnings, on caffeinated products are sufficient along with competent and reliable evidence to support product safety.
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