CRN and ACI to present 8th annual forum on dietary supplements

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WASHINGTON — The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the leading trade association for the dietary supplement and functional food industry, and the American Conference Institute (ACI), will hold the 8th annual Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Forum on Dietary Supplements, in New York City at the Intercontinental New York Times Square on June 23–25.

Steve Mister, president and CEO, CRN, and Scott Bass, partner, Sidley Austin, are co-chairing the event to present a robust agenda of discussions on the politics and policies shaping the industry’s current legislative and regulatory landscape. Steven Tave, director, FDA’s of Office of Dietary Supplement Programs, will deliver a “Fireside Chat.”

Session topics slated for this year’s forum include:

• Building Consumer Confidence and Reducing Legal Threats to the Industry Through Innovation and Science

• Questions Surrounding Synthetic Botanical Constituents, Drug Exclusions, and Other Inconsistent Interpretations of the Dietary Supplement Definition

• NDI Notifications vs. GRAS Determinations

• The Current State of a Legal Path for CBD in Dietary Supplements

• The Impact of Increased State Consumer Protection Activity on the Dietary Supplement Industry

• Innovative Claims and the Increasing Use of Influencers to Promote Products, and Risk

• Anticipating Post-Implementation Challenges with the BE Label

• Examining Potential New FDA Guidance on Certificates of Free Sale and the Ongoing Tariff and Treaty Saga

• Addressing Current Standards and International Guidelines for Prebiotics, Probiotics, and Now Postbiotics

• Implementing Winning Strategies for Meeting Retailer and Consumer Demands for Quality

• Ensuring Supply Chain Integrity and Transparency, and Meeting Corporate Social Responsibility Expectations

• Understanding Prop 65 List Determinations

• Responding to Thorny Class Action Litigation Claims

In addition, two add-on, post-forum workshops are available: Hemp-Derived CBD Dietary Supplements: Understanding Current Domestic and International Legal Status and How to Manage Legal Risks for Distributing Hemp-Derived CBD; and International Dietary Supplement Commercialization in the Current Geopolitical Climate.

Learn more and register now to take advantage of early-bird pricing through April 17: www.crnusa.org/ACI. (CRN members receive a discount with code.)


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