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What does NNFA stand for?

NNFA stands for National Nutritional Foods Association

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and the National Nutritional Foods Association of Japan (NNFAJ) will share news of emerging regulations and legislation impacting health claims, food safety, food ingredients and dietary/food supplements, helping both countries to understand how their counterparts are addressing these issues.
In the association category, the Grassroots Innovation Award went to the National Nutritional Foods Association for its "Save Our Supplements" campaign in which coalitions and retail outlets cooperated in nationwide grassroots efforts to recruit consumers as advocates defending the safety and benefits of nutritional and other supplements.
We've found that almost all of our suppliers use only domestic cattle as sources, and that those that do import bovine-derived materials do so from non-European countries," says Phillip Harvey of the industry's National Nutritional Foods Association.
We were also one of the first to receive the GMP Seal of Approval from the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA).
18 /PRNewswire/ -- The trade associations of the dietary supplement industry -- the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA), Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA), the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), and the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA)-- today issued the following statement: In light of increased media attention surrounding the threat of an avian flu epidemic, a coalition representing the dietary supplement industry reaffirmed its commitment to the responsible sale and use of health-promoting vitamins, minerals, herbs and other supplements, and encouraged consumers to use caution should they encounter products which claim to treat or prevent the avian flu.
The National Nutritional Foods Association, a trade group for health-food stores and dietary-supplement makers, warns against taking kava kava if you are under 18, pregnant or nursing, or planning to drive or operate heavy machinery.