The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is convening its second meeting in six months to explore how standards and related conformance programs can contribute to robust industry self-regulation by advancing safety, quality, and trust in the growing market for dietary supplements. Reserve your seat now to dialogue with key regulatory and technical affairs personnel representing manufacturers, retailers, federal agencies, professional associations, and consumers.
The May 13th meeting is a highly relevant prelude to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) public meeting later the same week and given FDA's announced intention to modernize and reform its regulatory oversight of dietary supplements.
There is no cost to attend the May 13th ANSI meeting which includes complementary lunch and a networking reception at 20 F Street, NW Conference Center in Washington, DC. Advance registration is required by May 3. Sponsorship opportunities are also available for organizations wanting to demonstrate their support for standardization's role in building consumer confidence in the global supply chain for supplements. NSF International and Wegmans have already signed on as sponsors.
Attending this meeting is an exceptional opportunity to familiarize yourself on key points of view and identify any challenges specific to your organization. If you cannot attend, please feel free to offer your seat to a colleague. Additional information, including the draft agenda, is available on the event webpage