When ingredient overages are added responsibly and lawfully, companies manage the risk of harm and add ingredients in a manner that is safe for consumers.
Several oral delivery formats are acceptable for dietary supplements, but selecting the most appropriate method for ingredients is key.
With double-digit growth projected for the powdered supplement category, brands need to be agile with product innovation.
An open dialogue between a brand owner and its contract manufacturer allows for better market forecasting, consumer trust and better-quality products.
Brands that incorporate real traceability procedures and use suppliers that manage strict supply chains will win—and keep—customers’ trust.
True transparency goes beyond paperwork to include quality testing, onsite audits of contract manufacturers and a visible supply chain.
The development and implementation of essential own label distributor quality systems and programs will go a long way to ensure GMP compliance in a contract manufacturer partnership.
Creating business partnerships in the health and nutrition space is more than contracts, certificates of analysis (CoAs) and yearly audits.
Using blockchain and mobile phone apps to connect the supply chain from farmer to consumer
Methodology and equipment are among the issues to discuss with lab partners