Caffeine

Content Editor Test Page

"There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain..."

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi id tellus ullamcorper, tristique leo nec, rhoncus massa. Suspendisse et elementum est, vitae tempus lorem. Curabitur gravida elit erat, a interdum ante mollis sit amet. Praesent pretium consectetur ex, et lacinia dui sodales non. Donec et turpis non turpis feugiat vestibulum. Mauris convallis, ex et semper pulvinar, est ante pulvinar augue, nec aliquet felis ex a enim. Mauris non purus tortor.

CRN Recommended Guidelines for Caffeine-Containing Dietary Supplements

Updated voluntary guidelines

CRN originally created voluntary guidelines in 2013 for its members and other dietary supplement companies regarding caffeine-containing dietary supplements, updated in 2015 and again in 2018. These guidelines recommend that companies disclose the amount of caffeine in a dietary supplement, provide label advisories about safe use of the

The Facts about Caffeine in Dietary Supplements

  • As a category of food, all dietary supplements are subject to comprehensive, robust regulation. FDA imposes Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) regulations on supplements that are more strict than those for other food. Dietary supplements are subject to postmarket surveillance through mandatory serious adverse event reporting—a requirement that does not apply to conventional foods and beverages.