AHPA

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AHPAAmerican Herbal Products Association
AHPAAmerican Health Planning Association (Falls Church, VA)
AHPAAmerican Honey Producers Association
AHPAAmerican Horseshoe Pitchers Association
AHPAArchaeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974
AHPAAssociated Highway Patrolmen of Arizona
AHPAAmerican Horse Protection Association, Inc.
AHPAAccumulator High-Pressure Air
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CONTACT: American Herbal Products Association, (301) 588-1171, www.
Maged Sharaf, PhD, is the chief science officer of the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA), the national trade association with a focus primarily on herbs and herbal products.
The bipartisan, bicameral Dietary Supplement Caucus sponsored the event with help from trade associations representing the dietary supplement industry, such as the American Herbal Products Association, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association, the Council for Responsible Nutrition, the Natural Products Association, and the United Natural Products Alliance.
Dentali has served as chief science officer at the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA).
The Ephedra Education Council, supported primarily by members of the Ephedra Committee of the American Herbal Products Association, backs the actions taken by HHS and FDA so far.
Since the registry's public launch in April, it has received public support from major industry stakeholders including the American Botanical Council, American Herbal Products Association, Consumer Healthcare Products Association, Natural Products Association, United Natural Products Alliance, and NSF International.
The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have partnered to study the effectiveness of current DNA methodologies for herbal ingredient identification.
Maged Sharaf PhD, is the chief science officer of the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA), the national trade association with a focus primarily on herbs and herbal products.
The groups--the American Herbal Products Association, Consumer Healthcare Products Association, Council for Responsible Nutrition, Natural Products Association and United Natural Products Alliance --also congratulated the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), FDA and Congress for supporting the reorganization as a means of enhancing the effectiveness of dietary supplement regulation.
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