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Genysis Labs Joins UNPA

<p>The United Natural Products Alliance announced Genysis Labs, a full-service testing lab, as its newest member.</p>

SALT LAKE CITY—The United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA), an international association of companies dedicated to providing consumers with natural health products, announced the membership of Genysis Labs, a full-service, cGMP- (current good manufacturing practices) compliant testing lab.

Genysis Labs, headquartered in Salt Lake City and founded in 2008, provides comprehensive analytical testing services for the dietary supplement and food and beverage industries. Backed by an ISO 17025:2005 accreditation and a management team of highly qualified scientists, Genysis Labs is committed to providing accurate and timely testing services, while maintaining a laboratory environment consistent with ISO/IEC 17025:2005 requirements.

The company recently finished a laboratory expansion that has allowed it to expand its team, along with state-of-the-art UPLC, HPLC, LC-MS/MS, DMA, Elisa and ICP-MS instrumentation platforms to become a leading industry compliance-solution center. Services offered at Genysis Labs include quality control testing, shelf-life stability studies and method development, troubleshooting, optimization and validation.

“With its state-of-the-art technologies and innovative management team, Genysis Labs is a leader in the vital field of analytical testing for supplements, foods and beverages," said Loren Israelsen, UNPA president. “We look forward to the insights and contributions of their accomplished team to foster and improve GMP compliance and product testing in the natural products industry."

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