Dietary Supplement Labeling Compliance
About This Course
It is up to dietary supplement manufacturers to ensure their supplement labels are compliant before they go to market, and the regulations can be confusing and difficult to interpret. Label noncompliance can cause your product to be considered misbranded and subject to Food & Drug Administration (FDA) or Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulatory action.
The course is interactive, with hands-on exercises. Bring your questions and prepare to interact with the instructor and your peers in the industry.
Key Learning Objectives
In this course, you will learn about the regulations that govern dietary supplement labeling, including:
- What can be considered a dietary supplement
- Label compliance/noncompliance
- Regulations that govern dietary supplements
- Supplement facts formatting
- Ingredient lists
- Permitted claims, enforcement/litigation trends
- Adverse event reporting
- Regulatory background and enforcement
- Mandatory label elements
- Voluntary label elements
- How to apply the FTC and FDA regulations
- Defining a dietary supplement
Who Should Attend?
NSF’s labeling compliance course for dietary supplements if suitable for:
- Quality control/assurance
- Laboratory operations
- Product development
- Suppliers and distributors
- Regulatory affairs
Course instructors will be selected from the following:
Erin Taraborrelli - Erin Taraborrelli is the Manager of Regulatory and Trading Law at NSF, and in her previous role, she was Associate Manager of Food and Label Compliance. With over 19 years of experience in food and dietary supplement labeling and regulatory affairs, she assists clients from various backgrounds in developing compliant food and dietary supplement labels for the U.S. and Canadian markets.
Erin holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in biological sciences, with a specialization in nutritional and nutraceutical sciences, from the University of Guelph.
Nicole Leitz - Nicole Leitz has more than 20 years of experience in the 21 CFR regulated industries. She has written and presented numerous training sessions on quality system elements and best cGMP practices to corporate clients and at national conventions. Nicole is also an experienced remediation consultant. She has advised, and written documentation such as SOPs and WIs and has completed root cause investigations, CAPAs and complaints for corporate clients.
Nicole has a Master of Science degree in organic chemistry from Bucknell University and a Bachelor of Science in ACS chemistry from Hope College.