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Dietary Supplement
Industry: An Overview
Presented By:
Lori Kalani
Co-Chair, State Attorneys General Practice
Cozen O’Connor
July 18, 2016
The Dietary Supplement Industry
• More than $32 billion in US
sales
• Multi-faceted Industry:
 Manufacturers
 Distributors
 Retailers
 3d Parties (Labs, Testers)
 Trade associations
• Consumer use of dietary
supplements
 More than 150 million
Americans, or 68% of adults,
take supplements annually
 ~98% of supplement users
take a vitamin and mineral
product
 ~74% of U.S. adults 55+ take
dietary supplements
 55% of supplement users trust
their medical doctor/physician
for reliable information on
dietary supplements
What is a “Dietary Supplement”?
• Dietary supplements
include such
ingredients as
vitamins, minerals,
herbs, amino acids,
and enzymes.
• Dietary supplements
are marketed in
forms such as
tablets, capsules,
softgels, gelcaps,
powders, and liquids.
• Common supplements
include:
 Multi-vitamins
 Calcium
 Folic Acid
 Probiotics
 Fish Oil
 Whey Protein
 Vitamin D
 Vitamin C
 Green Tea
 Fiber
Concurrent Regulation
Office of the Attorney General
Dietary supplement regulation falls
between that of food and drugs
Adverse Event
Reporting
FOOD
DIETARY
SUPPLEMENTS
DRUGS
Claims
cGMPs
No pre-
market
approval
Self-Regulating Industry
• Council for Responsible Nutrition
• American Herbal Products Association
• Natural Products Association
• United Natural Products Alliance
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