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August 24, 2011
LOS ANGELESNSF International certified AIDP Inc. as cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) registered, confirming that the ingredient supplier is compliant with NSF/ANSI Standard 173, Section 8., which is consistent with the FDAs cGMP regulations for dietary supplements as defined in 21 CFR section 111.
We are very proud that NSF recognizes the high standards that we at AIDP strive so hard to maintain," said Tim Yamasaki, vice president of operations, AIDP. With this cGMP registration, AIDPs clients can be confident that they are sourcing ingredients that meet requirements above and beyond industry standards."
By voluntarily registering for cGMP approval, AIDP has attained independent third-party verification that all the ingredients it supplies meet or exceed industry manufacturing standards. cGMPs are regulations outlined by FDA, which require that the processes by which dietary supplement ingredients are produced are safer and free of possible contamination. This includes all aspects of the manufacturing process, from raw material control to finished product release, as well as employee training, validation of testing equipment, traceability and facility maintenance.
AIDP also recently self-affirmed its Magtein (magnesium l-threonate) as GRAS (generally recognized as safe), allowing the ingredient to enter the U.S. fortified food and beverage market.
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