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How Supplement Ingredient Suppliers Can Prevent Product Adulteration

March 24, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
French company Naturex, which supplies plant-based ingredients to the dietary supplement industry, offers some advice to manufacturers about preventing the “constant challenge” of product adulteration. It is of primary importance that ingredients suppliers use reliable partners (i.e., farmers) who maintain careful control over raw materials and “respect the environment”. During manufacturing, it is important to test and analyze products at key phases. Suppliers should implement a certification program that guarantees ingredients quality. And lastly, suppliers need to maintain and apply industrial expertise – basically, a sophisticated knowledge base – with regard to botanical ingredients to ensure consistency and efficacy.
"Botanical adulteration: 4 steps to ensuring your customers get what they pay for ", Naturex, March 24, 2014, © Naturex
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