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ANN ARBOR, Mich. – NSF applauds the U.S. FDA’s decision to protect consumers from highly concentrated caffeine.
“NSF recognizes caffeine as a legitimate public health concern, which is why NSF/ANSI 173, the American National Standard for dietary supplements, includes strict labeling requirements and limits on the amount of caffeine that NSF certified supplements can contain,” said Lori Bestervelt, Executive Vice President and Chief Technical Officer at NSF.
Consumers can take NSF certified supplements with confidence. In addition to caffeine limits and labeling requirements, NSF certification also requires:
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