Source: 8/5/2007

Xango Lends its Support to DSHEA

Another company has lent its support to the Coalition to Preserve DSHEA, thereby boosting the interest group's clout in Washington.

The maker of mangosteen juice, Xango, has joined the coalition's growing list of members to protect the regulations that oversee the dietary supplement industry under the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA).

"We believe there is important work to be done to safeguard the future of the industry," said Debbie Blockinger, Xango's senior manager of public affairs. "By joining a united industry front, we can ensure not only that the correct messages and appropriate actions are taken in Washington, DC, but also that the entire natural products industry is benefited by the Coalition's good work."

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