Welcome to short legal briefs with Josh Long, where experts in the natural products industry explore the intersection of business, law and regulations. Tune in for the next 15 minutes to learn about policies and controversies affecting dietary supplement, food and beverage brands.
For over a quarter century, N-acetyl-L-cysteine (NAC) has been sold in dietary supplements. But FDA said in December 2020 warning letters that the ingredient doesn’t belong in supplements because it was first approved as a drug in 1963. Josh Long sits down with a roundtable of experts to weigh in on the controversy.