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NNFANational Nutritional Foods Association
NNFANational Natural Foods Association (now Natural Products Association)
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Data produced by the American Association of Poison Control imply that only four percent of all adverse reactions to prescription or over-the-counter products can be linked to vitamin usage (NNFA, NPA 2006).
"The findings that older Americans expect to discuss the use of supplements with health care practitioners is a wake-up call for both the medical community and American men," says David Seekman, NNFA's executive director and CEO.
NNFA said informational responsibility should not only include those companies that package and distribute foods to retailers and consumers, but growers and processors who provide raw product should segregate and label those materials containing GMOs in order to ensure the final product is properly labeled for consumers.
Seckman of NNFA, personal care products lend themselves to being marketed as "systems," supplements sold alongside personal care products, such as an antioxidant vitamin sold alongside a cream that utilizes the same ingredients.
In the meantime, NNFA has begun the process of certifying members for GMPs of its own, largely modeled on the FDAs proposed standards issued in 1997.
The results of the study, "The 1999 Natural Marketplace Trends Report," will be presented at this month's National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA) convention in Las Vegas, Nev.
Critics of this proposal, including such groups as Citizens for Health, the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA), the American Herbal Products Association and the CRN have said it goes against the intentions of DSHEA and have urged the agency not to implement the plan.
The number of natural food stores In the Florida market has doubled over the past decade, according to Carylene Reed, regional director of the National Nutritional Food Association (NNFA), based in New Port Richey, Fla.
His brother Lou would later join the company full time, and he and Elwood together worked to start the NNFA (NPA) Standards Committee.
I thank Kazuo Sueki (ceo@nnfajapan.com), Chief Executive Officer of NNFA Japan for his suggestions, material and documents provided by him during the preparation of this article.
Another new event is the NNFA (National Nutritional Food Association) Industry Reception in which guests are invited to celebrate and support the tireless efforts of this natural products industry trade association.
Council members, along with representatives of the Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association and the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA), met with FDA regulators recently to discuss the implementation of labeling regulations that will affect the dietary supplements industry.