Building up associations

IADSA has been involved in establishing more than 15 of its associations over the past decade. We work with companies and authorities to build national associations in countries where one does not exist.

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IADSA Publications on Policy

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  • Byron Johnson Chairman of IADSA

    Creating a Global Framework for Dietary Supplements
    February 2001

    In March 2000 the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses issued a discussion paper on the development of a Codex Alimentarius Guideline on vitamin and mineral supplements. The IADSA paper "Creating a Global Regulatory Framework for Dietary Supplements" summarises the main challenges facing food supplement regulators and integrates the differing view points that exist on these issues.

  • Byron Johnson Chairman of IADSA

    Dietary Supplements Policy: The guide to global decision-making bodies
    March 2000

    Decisions and policies have become increasingly influential for food supplement companies in producing and marketing their products. An understanding of how these global institutions work and what influence they have on the regulation and policy affecting food supplements is therefore critical to any business involved in international trade. This IADSA guide offers an overview of the following global decision-making bodies: Codex Alimentarius; World Health Organization (WHO); Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO); Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); Transatlantic Business Dialogue (TABD); World Trade Organization (WTO).

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