In Philippines, there is no specific regulation for vitamins and mineral supplements. According to FDA AO2014-0029 Rules and Regulations on the Licensing, vitamins and minerals are listed under Food Supplement/Herbal Food/Herbal Dietary Supplement category and classified under Medium Risk Food Product. Food product must follow the Bureau Circular on Updates List of Food Additives, Codex Guidelines and Philippines Dietary Reference Intakes 2015.
Maximum limit of vitamins and minerals should follow tolerable upper intake levels or upper limits per day listed in Philippines Dietary Reference Intakes (PDRI) 2015. Below is the reference of tolerable upper intake levels or upper limits per day:
Codex Alimentarius Commission. (2019). Codex General Standard for Food Additives (GFSA, Codex Stan 192-1995).
Department of Science and Technology. (2015). Philippine Dietary Reference Intakes (PDRI).
Republic of the Philippines Department of Health Bureau of Food and Drugs. (2014). Administrative Order No. 2014-0029. Rules and Regulations on the Licensing of Food Establishments and Registration of Processed Food, and Other Products, and for Other Purposes.
Republic of the Philippines Department of Health Bureau of Food and Drugs. (2006). Updated List of Food Additives (Bureau Circular No. 2006-016).