An accurate label that displays a dietary supplement’s nutritional content is important from both a consumer education and regulatory perspective.
In the U.S., dietary supplements must comply with the FDA’s specific label requirements, including the Dietary Supplement Facts Panel, as part of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA).
Our regulatory team will review your label to ensure compliance before going to market. Dietary supplement label requirements include:
- Accurate source information, including declaration of all plant parts used, where applicable
- Appropriate nutrient declaration with %Daily Value (DV), where applicable
- Accurate product/health claims based on nutrients present
- Complete and accurate ingredient listings and ordering
- Appropriate format, layout, and sizing of text and other elements
- Other special labelling provisions as required
Learn how we can help you achieve label compliance according to the latest regulations.
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