- NSF International Certified: NSF International is an independent organization that certifies food supplements and other health-related products. Products that receive NSF certification have been tested and verified by the organization to ensure quality, safety, and efficacy.
- ORGANIC CERTIFIED: Organic food supplements are certified by government and private agencies which ensure that the ingredients used in the product are grown and processed according to organic standards. Organic certification also guarantees that products do not contain pesticides, herbicides and other harmful chemicals.
- FDA Certified: The FDA is the Food and Drug Administration, a United States government agency charged with protecting and promoting public health through the regulation of food, drugs, medical devices, cosmetics and biological products. The FDA is responsible for making sure that products that reach the US market are safe, effective, and of high quality, and that manufacturing and labeling standards are followed. The FDA also has an important role in research and development of new medical products and in evaluating their safety and efficacy before they are approved for marketing.
- IFS (International Featured Standards) Certificate: is an internationally recognized food safety standard used to assess and certify the quality and safety of food products and supply chains. The IFS establishes a series of requirements that companies must meet to ensure quality and food safety in their processes and products. IFS certification is voluntary and is used mainly in Europe, although it has also spread to other parts of the world. IFS requirements cover aspects such as quality management and food safety, supplier management and product traceability. IFS certificates are issued by accredited certification bodies, which carry out audits and evaluations of companies to ensure that they comply with the requirements established in the standard. Obtaining the IFS certificate is an important indicator that a company has a high level of quality and safety in its food processes and products.
- GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) Certificate: is a certificate granted to companies that comply with good manufacturing practices in the production of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and health-related products. Good manufacturing practices are a set of international standards that ensure that pharmaceutical products and medical devices are produced safely and effectively, and that the necessary quality requirements are met to protect the health of patients. These practices include aspects such as quality control, process validation, materials management and staff training. Obtaining the GMP certificate is essential for companies that produce pharmaceutical products and medical devices, as it demonstrates that they have implemented and comply with good manufacturing practices. GMP certification is awarded by accredited certification bodies after a thorough and rigorous audit of the company's manufacturing processes.
- BRC (British Retail Consortium) Certified: is a set of food safety standards widely recognized in the UK and around the world. The BRC certification is an important indicator that a company meets the safety and quality requirements in the production, handling and distribution of food. There are different levels of BRC certification, the two main ones being level A and level B. The BRC Level A certification that we have is the highest and is granted to companies that meet the most rigorous food safety requirements. . Companies that obtain BRC Level A certification demonstrate a high level of commitment to food safety and the quality of their products. The BRC certification covers a wide variety of topics, including food safety management, traceability, quality control and supplier management, among other aspects. Companies that achieve BRC certification have demonstrated that they have robust and effective systems in place to ensure the quality and safety of their food products.