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Dietary Supplements

Dietary Supplements

Notice to Firms Handling Dietary Supplements in Michigan: The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is implementing licensing and inspection requirements for firms handling dietary supplements in Michigan.

Effective May 1, 2025: Firms processing, packing, or repackaging dietary supplements will be required to obtain a food establishment license through MDARD. License applications and annual renewals are due by April 30 each year. Online application using MDARD’s Licensing Portal System (LPS) is recommended.

Applicable Regulations:

There may be some steps needed to become licensed, so please take time to get acquainted with the regulations before the licensing requirement takes effect.

Is Your Product a Dietary Supplement?

If you make any health claims or offer dosage information, it may be!

Dietary supplements are products such as vitamins, minerals, and herbs that claim to promote wellness. Dietary supplements are classified as in the Michigan Food Law. That means firms must obtain a food establishment license in order to manufacture, hold, pack, label, distribute, or sell dietary supplement products.

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