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Nonprofit Collaboration Addresses Adulteration of Botanical Dietary Ingredients
Date:11/2/2011


Verdure Sciences
Weil Lifestyle, LLC
Whole Foods Market
ZMC-USA

*By acknowledging the generous support of these companies and organizations, ABC, AHP, and NCNPR are not endorsing any ingredients or products that may be produced or marketed by them.

About the American Botanical Council
The American Botanical Council (ABC) is an international authority on herb-related education, research, and quality control issues. For more than 20 years, ABC has been a vital source of herbal information for consumers, healthcare practitioners, researchers, educators, industry and the media. ABC's publications include HerbalGram, a peer-reviewed quarterly journal; HerbClip, a bimonthly summary and review of recently published herbal literature; HerbalEGram, a monthly electronic publication; and HerbMedPro, a robust database on over 240 herbs. ABC strives to provide the most accurate, up-to-date information in an effort to promote the responsible use of herbs and other beneficial plants and their products.

About the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia (AHP)
AHP is a 501©(3) California-based non-profit research organization. AHP's primary goal is to develop standards of identity, purity, quality, and testing for botanical ingredients and to provide industry with the resources needed to assure the authenticity and quality of botanical raw materials. Additionally, with most all monographs, AHP develops a Therapeutic Compendium that provides a critical review of the authoritative traditional and scientific data on herbal medicines to ensure a high level of accuracy, clinical applicability, and safety of herbal ingredients. AHP also provides industry with authenticated AHP-Verified Botanical Reference Materials for GMP compliance with identity requirements.

About the National Center for Natural Products Research
The National Center for Natural Products Research (NCNPR) at the School of Pharmacy, Univ
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