USA: GAO references BioValidity in report to congress on food safety
BioValidity announced today that the United States General Accounting Office (GAO) referenced the Company's scientific research on dietary supplements in their July 2000 Report to Congressional Committees on Food Safety. This report, entitled Improvements Needed in Overseeing the Safety of Dietary Supplements and "Functional Foods," identifies three key areas of weakness in the oversight of dietary supplements and functional foods by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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