Certificates for products Natures Sunshine Products
On this page, all certificates confirming the quality of Nature's Sunshine Products.
Some products are created taking into account the nutritional characteristics of vegetarians.
Let's list all the certificates that NSP products have: USDA, GMP, NSF, FDA, TGA, WADA, KO.
Details of certificates for NSP Supplements
Certificates: GMP, NSF, FDA, TGA, WADA, USDA, KO
GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) - this is a document confirming the compliance of our production sites and all products manufactured on them (100% dietary supplements and cosmetics of Nature's Sunshine Products, Inc.) with the standards of good manufacturing practice.
GMP - international quality standard that defines the parameters of each production stage - from the material from which the floor is made in the workshop, and the number of microorganisms per cubic meter of air to the clothes of employees and labeling applied to product packaging. We are proud to be one of the companies with this certificate. More on this page.
USDA - (United States Department of Agriculture, USDA) — US federal executive agency. He gives Nature's Sunshine free-sale certificates confirming that the company's products are freely available in the United States, and the company itself is regularly audited by the Utah Department of Food and Agriculture. Such certificates are issued for each individual product and are necessary for the registration of products in the other markets. There are internal documents that are stored by the company, the registration specialist, and public, which are posted below. Without this certificate, all other certificates cannot be obtained.
NSF International - founded in 1944, the organization’s mission is to protect and improve global human health. Manufacturers, regulators, and consumers are turning to organizations to develop public health standards and certificates that help protect food, water, consumer products, and the environment. As an independent accredited organization, it verifies, audits and certifies products and systems, and provides education and risk management.
NSF - not a government organization and is not controlled by industrial structures. Its independent status ensures that products and equipment are tested and evaluated by the organization absolutely impartially. In order to earn the right to use the NSF brand, the manufacturer must not only go through a rigorous evaluation and testing of their products, but also periodically unscrupulous thorough inspections at the plant.
In cases with our company, this certificate confirms that the company manufactures its products in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) as specified in NSF / ANSI 173-2013, Dietary Supplements, Section 8. These requirements are in accordance with the published GMP regulation for dietary supplements defined in 21 CFR § 111, which was published by the FDA in June 2007. More information on the official website NSF International.
FDA (Food and Drug Administration, FDA, USFDA) - Food and Drug Administration. The department was established in 1906 under the Food and Drug Administration Act, originally called the Bureau of Chemistry. The organization is not a certifier, but a controller. It is this department that issues requirements for various industries, following which a manufacturer can receive a GMP certificate. More information on the official website FDA.
US manufacturers of dietary supplements must comply with FDA requirements. If comments arise during the review, the FDA will issue a directive to the manufacturer to make the necessary changes and take action to comply. If there are no comments, then the manufacturer receives a special confirmation number - "approval number".
Nature's Sunshine has passed all non-prescriptive audits, “approval number”: 14491296482. The company is in the FDA registry.
ISO 9001:2015 - This standard (International Organization for Standardization) describes a quality management system and forms a unified approach to understanding what an organization's management system should be in order for its activities to be as high-quality as possible in the production of products, interaction with consumers, and also within organizations in relation to its employees.
WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency — WADA, Agence mondiale anti-dopage — AMA) - World Anti-Doping Agency. An independent organization coordinating the fight against doping in sport, created with the support of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It was established on November 10, 1999 in Lausanne, Switzerland on an equal footing by the International Olympic Committee and the governments of the world.
The WADA certificate confirms the absence of prohibited components in the products and allows its use by athletes participating in various competitions, including the Olympic Games.
TGA (en. Therapeutic Goods Administratioin) - Australian Medicines Administration. A division of the Australian Department of Health and Gerontology, established under the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 (Cth). This product certificate was obtained due to the fact that it can be bought in Australia. More about TGA on the official website.