NUTRACEUTICALS - A REGULATORY REVIEW
The Nutraceuticals are the emerging sector in the Pharma Industry. As people are more and more concerned about their health and diseases caused by the malnutrition, the growth of the Nutraceuticals worldwide are inevitable. Despite of the growth and the need of the Nutraceuticals by global market there is no apparent regulatory definitions and pathways or procedures for the approval process of Nutraceuticals. The article deals with the regulatory perspective of Nutraceuticals.
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