Industry trade association Council for Responsible Nutrition has created a free searchable online database of U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warning letters sent to dietary supplement companies. The goal is to enable the industry to improve its regulatory compliance. Council President and CEO Steve Mister said, “Our goal is to help companies in the supplement industry better understand the types of transgressions that will trigger a Warning Letter from FDA, so that all companies can learn from others’ mistakes and identify priorities in FDA enforcement, thereby raising the level of compliance with the law.” The database currently contains some 300 letters issued from January 2008 through August 2014 involving purported violations of dietary supplement good manufacturing practices; illegal marketing of supplements containing undisclosed pharmaceutical ingredients; or impermissible claims to prevent, treat, cure, or mitigate a disease. See Council for Responsible Nutrition News Release, November 13, 2014.