NHPD

AcronymDefinition
NHPDNatural Health Products Directorate (Canada)
NHPDNew Haven Police Department (New Haven, CT)
NHPDNew Hampshire Public Defender (Concord, NH)
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"We are excited to receive the Product Licence for Benolea[R] from The Canadian Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD)," said Yannick Capelle, Product Manager, Frutarom Health.
Part of the Health Products and Food Branch of Health Canada, the NHPD is the regulating authority for natural health products sold in Canada.
In order to support the incorporation of NEM as a medicinal ingredient in finished products for sale in Canada, ESM Technologies, LLC submitted a Master File to the Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) of Health Canada.
GMP Laboratories of America, Inc., Anaheim, CA, has received a reference number from the Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) of Canada, allowing for export of the company's products into Canada.
Health Canada's Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) has been unable to efficiently process product license applications since the division was erected in 2004 and this has resulted in a perpetual backlog of applications.
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However the directorate responsible for regulating the NHP industry is struggling under the burden of a learning curve associated with implementation of these new regulations and a backlog of product license applications (PLAs.) The regulations require pre-market approval from the Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) of Health Canada for all NHPs sold in Canada.
These are broadly based on approved claims from Health Canada's Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD), which seeks to make the connection between health and diet.
Health Canada believes including this statement on the label gives a false impression to consumers that the product will be authorized for sale by Health Canada when in fact it may not, should the NHPD's assessment conclude that there is insufficient evidence to support the product's safety and efficacy.