Food

What’s in your energy drink? Even manufacturers may not know!

Consumers don't always know what goes in their foods and beverages

In this posting we explore the potentially-adverse health implications of mystery ingredients, and encourage manufacturers and consumers to get serious about ingredient accountability. USP senior scientific liaison Dr. Carla Mejia reveals that sometimes not even the manufacturer knows what’s in the products they sell.  

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The Cost of Poor Quality Medicine and Foods

Organizations that help to keep medicine supply safe

Here in the United States, we enjoy one of the safest drug and food supplies in the world. It is a huge accomplishment, and the result of a vast safety net created by the coordinated efforts of multiple government agencies, health organizations, industry and non-profits. This article explains the role they play in ensuring that drug, drug ingredients, dietary supplements and food ingredients sold in the U.S. can be safely consumed.

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Monograph Development: Key Steps from Cradle to Catalog

How Pharmaceutical Monographs are Developed

Monograph development is a complex activity requiring participation from academia, the pharmaceutical industry, government agencies, and USP’s expert committees. In this article, learn the key steps in developing a monograph and where all these disciplines fit in the process.

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