NutraScience Labs renews cGMP certification for contract manufacturing sites

Contract manufacturer NutraScience Labs has renewed its current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) certification via NSF International for its facilities in Farmingdale, NY, and Hauppauge, NY.

Contract manufacturer NutraScience Labs has renewed its current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) certification via NSF International (Ann Arbor, MI) for its facilities in Farmingdale, NY, and Hauppauge, NY. NSF’s live audit verifies that NutraScience’s facilities comply with 21 CFR 111 regulations for dietary supplements and follow NSF guidelines for storage and distribution. The Farmingdale location has been cGMP-certified for over 10 years, the firm says, while the Hauppauge facility earned its cGMP certification earlier this year.

The company says its facilities employ “exemplary standards.” Says the company in a press release: “Unlike warehouse facilities utilized by big-box retailers and online marketplaces, NutraScience Labs’ two facilities are climate-controlled to ensure the quality and stability of the supplements stored.” Not only that, but they operate with an efficient carbon footprint thanks to the use of solar energy and gas. Other benefits include “state-of-the-art inventory and picking system using iPads and barcode authentication” as well as “special racking systems to maximize storage space and allow quicker turnaround time for prepping and shipping.”

“Our facility is truly a best-in-class operation,” said Gene Bruno, vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs at NutraScience Labs, in the press release. “The renewed certification is considered the gold standard in the industry and solidifies our company’s credibility and integrity regarding good manufacturing practices.”