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CRN-I is an international arm of the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the leading trade association for the dietary supplement industry in the USA. CRN-Iā€™s mission is to provide science-based information to regulators, health care professionals and the media, particularly those outside the United States, supporting the safety and benefit of dietary ingredients and dietary/food supplements, and to promote sound nutrition and food safety policies well-grounded in science.

LATEST ITEMS OF INTEREST:

NEW: TRANSLATIONS: ARTICLE ON THE ECONOMIC REPORT "SMART PREVENTION ā€“ HEALTH CARE COST SAVINGS RESULTING FROM THE TARGETED USE OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS"

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TRANSLATIONS OF SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS FROM 2010 ā€“ 2013 NOW AVAILABLE:

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See translations in Arabic, Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish

REPORT FROM 2013 SYMPOSIUM PUBLISHED:

1 November, 2013, Kronberg im Taunus, Germany

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CRN UPDATES VITAMIN AND MINERAL SAFETY BOOK

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LEGAL ANALYSIS:

EU Health Claims Regulation and RDA-Based Maximum Levels for Vitamin and Mineral Food Supplements

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TRANSLATED ARTICLE SUMMARIES:

Articles relevant to international regulatory science for nutrients and food (dietary) supplements, a scientific resource available in English, with French, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic translations of CRN summaries

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PAST SYMPOSIUM REPORTS

2012
"Nutrient reference values for bioactives: new approaches needed? A conference report"

European Journal of Nutrition

2011
"Nutrition issues in Codex: health claims,
nutrient reference values and WTO agreements: a conference report"

European Journal of Nutrition

2010
"Scientific issues related to Codex Alimentarius goals: A review of principles, with examples"
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology