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Q: Counterfeiters: Turn in or turn away?
Consumer product counterfeiting is a serious, worldwide problem. Everyday products, such as clothing, jewelry, cosmetics, and even cigarettes can be suspect. If it's a successful brand, you can bet it will eventually be counterfeited. In most cases, buyers are unaware that they are purchasing a counterfeit and will generally become dissatisfied with the product's performance. Some buyers find the discounted price of a counterfeit so enticing they forget the general rule that you get what you pay for. A counterfeit wrist-watch, for example, will most likely soon stop keeping accurate time or quit working altogether.
Closing pharmaceutical supply chain vulnerabilities using a "Made in America" strategy for pharmaceutical packaging
Whether in peacetime or pandemic times, the case can be made for more American manufacturing in our global pharmaceutical supply chain. Manufacturing more products domestically could help prevent supply disruptions while improving product quality and national security, and closing supply chain vulnerabilities across a wide range of critical products is a priority for both the private sector and the US government.
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Spotlight on Nutraceuticals: Adapting to change is the name of the game
Earlier this year, proposed changes to the Nutrition and Supplement Facts panels started coming into mandatory compliance. This article discusses these changes to regulations governing dietary supplements, their impact on nutritional information and claims, and the possible ramifications of non-compliance.
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