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Sabinsa’s UT Facility Earns GMP Registration

September 4, 2013

Sabinsa’s Payson, UT manufacturing facility is now registered to NSF International’s Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) program. In addition to the distribution of Sabinsa’s branded, science-backed and patented ingredients to the global market, the Utah facility is a full-fledged contract manufacturing center providing finished dosages in bulk and bottled capsules and tablets, as well as providing intermediate steps, such as blending, mixing, milling, and granulating for ingredient customers.

Earning GMP registration from NSF International verifies that Sabinsa’s Payson facility has the proper methods, equipment, facilities and controls in place for producing dietary supplement products. NSF GMPs were developed in accordance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) 21 CFR part 111 regulation for dietary supplement manufacturing, packaging, and distribution. 

“Although we have been GMP compliant for a number of years, we felt that third party facility registration through NSF provided our customers with additional peace of mind,” said Shaheen Majeed, marketing director, Sabinsa. “And since we are always working to be even better, additional sets of educated eyes on our facility will help us continue that dedication to excellence.”

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