Section 3715.83 | Dietary supplement considered to be adulterated.
In addition to the conditions specified in section 3715.59 of the Revised Code, a dietary supplement is adulterated if it presents a significant or unreasonable risk of illness or injury under the conditions of use recommended or suggested in its labeling or, if there are no recommended or suggested conditions of use, under the ordinary conditions of use.
If the director of agriculture finds or has cause to believe that a dietary supplement is adulterated under this section, the director shall proceed under the provisions of this chapter applicable to adulterated food. In any action taken under this section, the burden of proof shall be on the director.
Available Versions of this Section
- March 22, 2001 – House Bill 381, 123rd General Assembly [ View March 22, 2001 Version ]