Fears new food supplement laws
There are just ten days left to have your say about plans to introduce strict new laws about health supplements in Jersey and Guernsey.
But the industry, which has suffered a difficult year in the Channel Islands, says the public consultation is being rushed.
Health supplements are being used by thousands of islanders daily.
But the question is, does the label actually say what is in the tablets.
The new laws are set to be introduced in Guernsey and Jersey to ensure things like vitamins and minerals are exactly what they say they are.
The idea is to protect consumers, to make sure claims about various health products don't make misleading claims about how they will reduce the risk of disease, or perhaps how much weight you will lose.
They also cover labels such as 'low fat' and 'high fibre'.
Phil Balderson runs Healthspark, one of the Channel Islands' health supplement mail order firms.
He's worried the consultation, of just over a month, isn't enough time for those with an interest to fully have their say.
He said, "We would welcome the opportunity to respond more fully. The consultation period is too brief for such an important matter."
He'd like a further three months to do so.
When the proposed changes were originally flagged up in 2011, that led to public protests and petitions in Guernsey - in the end, the government decided changes should be made.
The current consultation is the final stage before the laws are brought in.