A quality dietary supplement is formulated with quality ingredients, manufactured according to standards, and meets label claims throughout its shelf life. Learn what steps are necessary to ensure this process at the CRN-I symposium, 16 October 2014, in Brisbane, Australia. Regulatory experts will discuss industry best practices and how companies and regulatory agencies worldwide ensure safe and quality supplements for consumers.
Challenges in the International Supply Chain: A Manufacturer’s Perspective
Natural Alternatives International
The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration’s Role in Ensuring Quality
Larry Kelly, Ph.D.
Therapeutic Goods Administration, Australia
Blackmores, Warriewood, Australia
Stability and Shelf-life Requirements
CRN UK, United Kingdom
Adverse Event Reporting Systems:
Monitoring of Safety Signals
Bill Frankos, Ph.D.
Herbalife, Ltd., U.S.
Contamination and Adulteration
Brunei Economic Development Board
Validation and Verification
Laura Liu, Ph.D.
NSF International, China
ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED
- Company sourcing agents
- Product stewardship personnel
- Regulatory and scientific affairs specialists
- Third-party and standards-setting organizations
- International regulators