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Education Session Underwriting

From California to New York, the dietary supplement industry must remain vigilant to keep apprised of developments at state legislatures and the offices of state attorneys general. Bills introduced in 2016 and 2017 in the Northeast threatened to impose undue burdens on supplement marketers and manufacturers. Meanwhile, Proposition 65 in California continues to create headaches for conventional food and dietary supplement companies, exposing them to litigation. Legislators and Prop 65 are not the only state-specific threats to the industry, as demonstrated by the controversial herbal supplements probe in 2015 spearheaded by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Industry experts will discuss:

  • How the supplement industry fought back against legislation introduced in Massachusetts and New York;
  • Current state of Prop 65 litigation and ramifications for conventional food and dietary supplement industries; and
  • Update on state attorneys general investigations, lawsuits and priorities.

Underwriter Sponsorship Deliverables:


  • Underwriter mentioned in write-ups on appropriate Health & Nutrition brand websites, including Natural Products INSIDER
  • Underwriter recognition and hyperlink to company website to appear on INSIDER and SupplySide West website
  • Underwriter recognition in Show Agenda, included on SupplySide West website, Attendee Guidebook, Show Guide and Mobile App


  •   Workshop will take place on Friday, November 9 from 9 – 11am
  •   Underwriter logo on Workbook distributed to attendees – underwriter to provide 75-word bio and complete contact information to be included
  •   Underwriter logo to appear on signage in Workshop room
  •   Underwriter can provide literature or promotional items to be distributed at Workshop in the back of the room
  •   Verbal recognition of underwriters at beginning of session
  •   Underwriter receives two (2) complimentary passes for company representatives to attend the Workshop


  • Post event email distributed to all Workshop participants
  • Underwriter may submit up to 40 pages of scientific literature (abstracts, white papers, etc) to be included in post-event email
  • Underwriter to receive complete contact information for each attendee participating in the Workshop