Contract manufacturers help supplement brands meet legal requirements while developing innovative supplements consumers demand.

Barri Sigvertsen, Marketing Manager

June 11, 2019

2 Min Read
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Increasingly knowledgeable and empowered consumers are drawn to supplements that target specific conditions and report seeking natural solutions to current and future health concerns, according to recent research conducted by the Natural Marketing Institute (NMI) commissioned by Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition. These individuals are discerning about the quality and origin of the products they consume, citing increased transparency and clear labeling as being of interest, as well as a desire for sustainably sourced natural products and plant-based options. Consumer preferences, coupled with increasingly stringent regulations, are putting pressure on companies to deliver supply chain-integrity, scientifically substantiated and technology-backed products and transparent manufacturing practices at all stages of the production process.

Rigorous regulatory requirements and evolving consumer needs can present significant challenges for dietary supplement brands in terms of expertise, infrastructure and compliance. In many instances, contract manufacturing provides a viable and attractive solution. Contract manufacturers support companies in the industry that do not have the resources to safely develop and manufacture their products themselves. This relationship has several benefits, including the adherence to cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) regulations that are enforced by FDA, which ensure proper design, monitoring and control of manufacturing processes and facilities.

Contract manufacturing is increasingly valuable. Contract manufacturers not only aid with production but work with supplement brands to bring products to market from ideation, research, development, production and beyond. This enables companies to create products that meet evolving customer requirements where otherwise they may lack the resources to do so. The support can extend to part or all the development process. This ultimately results in better, safer products for the consumer.

This is an abridged article from the full article “Contract manufacturers allow supplement brands to evolve with industry standards” in INSIDER’s contract manufacturing for supplements digital magazine.

Barri Sigvertsen is marketing manager at Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition. From design and development to delivery, Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition has integrated capabilities to support companies in meeting the demands of the global market.

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Barri Sigvertsen

Marketing Manager, Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition

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