A dietary supplement is considered “food” under Article 2 of the General Food Law Regulation (Regulation (EC) No 178/2002). Its definition can be found in Article 2 of the Directive 2002/46/EC. The definition of a dietary supplement under the Polish Law is set by the Food and Nutrition Safety Act (Dz.U. 2006 r. nr 171, poz. 12250). Article 3 paragraph 3 point 3 states that “(...) dietary supplement - a foodstuff intended to supplement a regular diet, being a concentrated source of vitamins or minerals or other substances with nutritional or other physiological effects, single or complex, marketed in a dosage form, in the form of capsules, tablets, dragees and other similar forms, sachets with powder, ampoules with liquid, dropper bottles and other similar forms of liquids and powders intended for consumption in small, measured unit amounts, excluding products having the properties of a medicinal product within the meaning of the pharmaceutical law.”
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