NPA in the News

May 30th, 2018

Meta-analysis finds vitamins, minerals don’t lessen CVD risk

“It’s well documented, NPA said, that Americans fall short in many key nutrients. It should not be extrapolated that from the narrow analysis of this one study that these ingredients have no health benefits at all.”

May 4th, 2018

NPA CEO Weights in on CBD, Regulatory Risks

Natural Products Insider

“Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D. of the Natural Products Association weighs in on some of the risks associated with selling CBD in dietary supplements.”

April 25th, 2018

A Natural Products Day takeaway: The industry needs to be more active in D.C.

New Hope Network

“Supplements and labeling policies were at the top of the agenda at NPA’s annual Natural Products Day in Washington, D.C.”

April 25th, 2018

2018 Natural Products Day: Keeping Up Appearances at the Capitol

WholeFoods Magazine

“On April 18th, the Natural Products Association (NPA) held its annual Natural Products Day, during which NPA members lobby their representatives and senators on behalf of the natural products industry.”

April 4th, 2018

FDA Orders Recall of Salmonella-Tainted Kratom

Everyday Health

“The salmonella contamination reflects ‘a perfect example of a firm that doesn’t follow regulatory processes,’ says Dr. Fabricant… ‘If a firm doesn’t follow regulatory processes, it’s likely they are going to have quality-control problems.'”

March 22nd, 2018

FDA’s evidence not compelling enough to revoke soy protein heart-health claim, trade groups say

“‘The FDA is proposing to revoke its regulation authorizing the use of health claims on the relationship between soy protein and coronary heart disease ont he label or in the labeling of foods but has failed to perform its own meta-analysis,’ according to a statement made by the NPA.”

March 22nd, 2018

Unsettled political outlook boosts interest in lobby day, NPA says

“An unsettled national political environment is one rife with opportunity. That’s one reason the Natural Products Association has cited for the strong turnout anticipated for its lobby day, which is set for mid-April.”