CCES, NSF Partner on Sports Certification Plan

August 21, 2006

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CCES, NSF Partner on Sports Certification Plan

TORONTO—The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) partnered with Ann Arbor, Mich.-based NSF International to recognize the NSF Certified for Sport™ mark on products that have gone through the NSF Athletic Banned Substances Certification Program. Products that undergo the NSF program—including product testing, label conformity, formulation review and facility inspections—will be listed on the NSF Web site (

“While the CCES does not promote the use of supplements, we do recognize that athletes use them,” said Joseph de Pancier, CCES’s general counsel and director of ethics and anti-doping services. “NSF’s independent product verification and certification process is an important step forward in helping Canadian athletes, and consumers, make informed decisions about nutritional or sports nutrition supplements.”

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