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Matsun Nutrition is an NSF Registered Supplement and Liquid Vitamin Manufacturer
What Does It Mean To Be an NSF Registered Contract Manufacturer?
NSF certified supplements are only available from NSF registered manufacturers. Matsun Nutrition is an NSF registered supplement contract manufacturer of liquid supplements, vitamins, and nutraceuticals. We offer everything from research & development to shelf life stability testing, test batching, flavor sampling, packaging, logistics and shipping, label design, and marketing assistance. We have an in-house design team that will work with you to make sure that you get a design that you are happy with.
NSF provides certification for both raw ingredients and finished products. Those wanting to manufacture and sell NSF certified supplements must go through a rigorous review process. At Matsun Nutrition, our in-house regulatory consultants will make sure that your label is compliant with FDA standards. All liquid vitamin and supplement products are manufactured in our FDA inspected facility which is NSF registered. You can see our company registered on NSF’s website www.nsf.org. When a company says that they are an NSF registered contract manufacturer, it means that they have reached a certain standard of quality that most companies have not. This means that Matsun Nutrition does more testing than non-certified companies. It also means that Matsun Nutrition has a higher level of quality for the products that we produce. In short, NSF registration helps to ensure that you are getting the high-quality products that you requested, not a sub-standard formulation that falls short of what is listed on the product label.
Matsun Nutrition is a liquid supplement NSF registered contract manufacturer located in the USA. We meet all government regulations and guidelines. Here is what the NSF has to say regarding NSF certified supplements.
How Supplements Become NSF Certified
NSF certifies products against NSF/ANSI 173, the only American National Standard that establishes requirements for the ingredients in dietary and nutritional supplements. There are three main components of the NSF dietary supplements certification program:
- Label claim review to certify that what’s on the label is in the bottle
- Toxicology review to certify product formulation (we don’t test for efficacy)
- A Contaminant review to ensure the product contains no undeclared ingredients or unacceptable levels of contaminants
Special Requirements for Sports Supplements
In addition to certification under NSF/ANSI 173, supplements specifically intended for use by athletes are evaluated to NSF Certified for Sport®. This program helps protect against the adulteration of products and verifies label claims against product contents. NSF screens supplements for more than 165 substances banned by most major athletic organizations as well as undeclared ingredients including stimulants, narcotics, steroids, diuretics, beta-2-agonists, masking agents and other substances.
The NSF Certified for Sport® is recognized by the NFL, NFL Players Association, MLB, MLB Players Association, PGA, LPGA and Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports.
A Truly Independent Program
NSF is the only independent, third-party testing organization that offers true testing of dietary supplements. NSF does not simply evaluate test data submitted by manufacturers or analyze just a single sample of a product and give it our okay. We conduct product testing in our own accredited laboratories to confirm that the actual contents of the supplement product match those printed on the label. We also check to make sure no unlisted ingredients or potentially harmful levels of impurities are present in products that carry our certification.
With NSF certification, you get the continued assurance that only our ongoing testing programs can provide. Unlike some other programs, NSF conducts annual audits and periodically retests each dietary supplement to ensure continued compliance against the toughest testing standard in existence today.