Your products from start to finish.
When you work with us, we’ll take you through every step of the production process to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible. Here’s what you can expect each time you place an order:
It’s your responsibility to pay for shipping of your products. We’ll apply shipping labels to cases for each order. We can ship to Amazon or any other location in the U.S.A. or internationally as long as you provide appropriate shipping labels and export paperwork, if required. We also offer UPS ground shipping with our preferred pricing which may be a lower cost to you. Please feel free to ask us about that option.
Insurance for the final product is your responsibility.
Flat Fee Fulfillment
We integrate your e-commerce website and fulfill your orders directly from our warehouse. Save on shipping costs to third party logistics companies and have it all done in one place. Call us for more details today.
Varies by product type. Please ask for details. Label printing and microbiology testing are handled by third-party vendors and may add time. Products cannot be released until testing is complete and product passes our internal controls.
cGMP Certified Manufacturing Facility
We’re proud to make all of our products in a facility that has been third-party audited and certified to follow current good manufacturing practices for consistency and quality from batch to batch. We employ a food safety plan that starts with assessing all the potential hazards and then devising control steps to eliminate or mitigate them. These steps include controls for process, allergens, sanitation, pests, supply chain, traceability, recall and many others. Our highly trained team performs quality checks at multiple steps. This way, you can be confident you’re selling products that are of the highest possible quality, every time.
It’s important to note that the supplements we make are not drugs and “drug” claims cannot and should not be made. Drugs are defined by the FDA as “articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease”. If you make such claims on your packaging your supplement will be deemed to be an unapproved drug. Details can be found in the Food, Drug, & Cosmetics Act, section 201(g)(1).