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Median number of days to complete NDI notification reviews during the month

Dictionary: Timely review of notifications of new dietary ingredients impacts the public health by preventing substances that are not actually dietary ingredients from being used in dietary supplements, and assuring that new dietary ingredients have adequate evidence for presumption of safety. Since these statutory requirements are notifications rather than pre-market approvals, it is essential that ONLDS have completed review of the information before the submitter markets the product, to notify them of any safety or regulatory concerns before the product reaches consumers.

Information is current as of March 31, 2014.

Fiscal Year - 2012

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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2011N/A73
Nov 2011N/A68
Dec 2011N/A64
Jan 2012N/A65
Feb 2012N/A53
Mar 2012N/A38
Apr 2012N/A28
May 2012N/A51
Jun 2012N/A45
Jul 2012N/A38
Aug 2012N/A44
Sep 2012N/A48

FY 2012 Overall: 50

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