On December 20, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published “Health Products Compliance Guidance” for advertising and marketing health claims. The guidance document replaces “Dietary Supplements: An Advertising Guide for […] Read More >>
Clinical research in Canada has seen a significant uptick in interest from Sponsors and Investigators since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. This interest is perhaps a precipitate of increasing […] Read More >>
With the recent announcement that Coronovirus has gone pandemic, consumers are flooding supermarkets, and preparing for indeterminate periods of self-isolation. All the while the marketplace is reeling, seeing demand for […] Read More >>
Companies following the media coverage surrounding Coronavirus may be interested to know that their Broad Spectrum viricides could be eligible to be used as an Expected Claim related to Emerging […] Read More >>
Health claims are integral to the success of Natural Health Products (NHPs) here in Canada. They provide products with a competitive edge in the marketplace and consumers with the information […] Read More >>
In January 2018, the Food Institute hosted a webinar discussing lawsuits that food and beverage manufacturers were being subjected to. These lawsuits were being served to manufacturers of all sizes, […] Read More >>
Companies marketing dietary supplements aim to make claims for their products in order to help successfully market their products/product lines. As such, claims being made for dietary supplements are a […] Read More >>
In December 2012, the Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) released two new guidance documents to provide clarity on the evidence for safety and efficacy of natural health products (NHPs) required […] Read More >>
By Heather VanBlarcom General Counsel and Senior Regulatory Specialist for Dietary Supplements It’s been no secret that obesity in the United States has been on the rise, largely due, in […] Read More >>
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