For the past decade IADSA has been a trusted source of information about regulatory and scientific developments in the world and the technical requirements of food supplement manufacture.
Originally created as a body to bring together the food supplement sector in Codex Alimentarius discussions, IADSA has expanded its operations considerably. The organisation now has:
Regional and national regulatory programs in many parts of the world where food supplement regulation is being harmonised or modified.
A 3-year scientific program to address the most relevant and in many cases most challenging issues for policy makers.
A technical program focused on continuing to build quality in manufacturing of supplements.
IADSA has more than 50 members associations, representing more than 20,000 companies worldwide.
16/05/2013With more than 60 percent of the world adapting, developing or reviewing food supplement regulation, the Standards and ...
09/05/2013The announcement by Dra Lucky Slamet, head of Indonesia’s food and drug agency (BPOM), that Indonesia will adopt ...