Contract manufacturing for supplements – digital magazineContract manufacturing for supplements – digital magazine
Alternative delivery formats for dietary supplements are becoming increasingly popular. Gummies, soft chews and liquids, as well as ready-to-drink (RTD) and functional beverages are gaining market share—as are clean labels—with Millennials driving much of the demand. When it comes to successfully innovating in the supplement space, choosing the right contract manufacturing partner is paramount. Ultimately, brand owners are responsible for product safety, quality and compliance, so careful consideration must go into the selection process.
April 8, 2019
Takeaways for your business
• FDA is diving deeper in GMP requirements and asking for more details during its site inspections.
• Brand holders should pursue the benefits of quality agreements and independent, onsite audits.
• Nearly 60% of supplement consumers were concerned about adequate nutrient bioavailability.
Don’t miss the session: Contract Manufacturing Roundtable: How to Foster a Successful Partnership; Saturday, Oct. 19, 8:30 to 11:30 am at SupplySide West
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