CRN is proactive on the Hill when advocating for the VMS industry

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AUDIO Q&A: DSN visited with Mike Greene, VP government relations for the Council for Responsible Nutrition, to talk about the role one of the leading VMS associations plays on Capitol Hill. "[Right now], the new dietary ingredients issue is one of the core issues that needs to be addressed," Greene said. "When I'm on Capitol Hill and talking about NDIs, I typically talk about it as the last piece of the puzzle that is the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act."

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As part of CRN's 40th anniversary, DSN has conducted a series of interviews with CRN's top leadership to discuss how the VMS industry has progressed over the past four decades and how the association is setting the stage for success in the next four decades.

To hear what CRN president and CEO Steve Mister had to say about how the industry has evolved over the past four decades, click here.

To hear DSN's interview of CRN's SVP communications Judy Blatman on advocacy and communication, click here.

And to hear DSN's interview with CRN's VP scientific and regulatory affairs on the science behind the supplements, click here.