AIDP Inc. has announced that its supply partner, Natural Remedies, has received Non-GMO Project Verification for its “Signature Line” of Ayurvedic botanicals.
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AIDP Inc. (City of Industry, CA) has announced that its supply partner, Natural Remedies (Bangalore, India), has received Non-GMO Project Verification for its “Signature Line” of Ayurvedic botanicals, consisting of over 10 botanical extracts. These include Andrographis paniculata, Asparagus racemosus, Ashwagandha, Bacopa monneiri, Curcuma longa, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Gymnema sylvestre, Ocimum sanctum, Trigonella foenum, and Withania somnifera. Recently, the firm announced that four of its branded ingredients – Bacomind, Gutgard, APBio, and OciBest – had received non-GMO verification from the Non-GMO Project and NSF International.
“As the industry matures and consumers’ needs change, we are expanding to meet our customer demands for Non-GMO Verified ingredients, preserving and building the Non-GMO supply chain is a critical step of transitioning toward a safe, healthy food supply for all future generations,” said Suresh Lakshmikanthan, global head of human health business for Natural Remedies, in a press release. “The integrity of our diverse genetic inheritance is essential to environmental health and ecological harmony. We are working together with our cultivating partners to expand our Non-GMO supply chain. A verified Non-GMO system supports organic agriculture by reducing adulteration pressure and protects the supply of Non-GMO seeds.”