Taking Compliance Seriously
We operate in the highly regulated industry of Dietary Supplements primarily, but also in over-the-counter (OTC) Drug products and Medical Devices. This means we must comply with Regulations developed and overseen by several Federal and State agencies, to include the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Code of Florida Statutes, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Natural and Non-Prescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD) of Health Canada, and the European GMPs for the manufacture of medicinal products for human use. Of course, the company must also comply with standard regulations, which include labor practices and safety requirements (OSHA).
Maintaining the Highest Degree of Regulatory Compliance
Natural Immunogenics has a commitment to maintaining the highest degree of Regulatory Compliance. We maintain this commitment not only because we benchmark the silver industry in the subject matter, but also due to the constant threats against supplements and vitamins and because not complying poses a risk to the industry as a whole.
One company irresponsibly endangering consumers in an effort to increase sales can easily cause new Regulations to be enacted, some of which may be too onerous or expensive for companies to fully comply with, thereby squeezing them out of the market.
We not only abide by all governing Regulations – both within the US and internationally – but seek to constantly set a new benchmark for compliance. This way we protect our products and clients, our company and the industry, ensuring that people continue to have access to safe natural, alternative and traditional remedies, many of which have been used throughout the ages and whose future is threatened.
Natural Immunogenics is a GMP-Registered and Certified Facility, meaning its compliance with harmonized standards in terms of operations and procedures, processes, plant and grounds, have all been audited by NSF International and Health Canada, and determined to be in full compliance with the good manufacturing practices as defined by the US FDA and correlated to ANSI 173 (Section 8).
NSF and Health Canada’s registration and certification confirm that products released to the market on a batch-to-batch basis are of the highest standards in terms of reproducible quality, purity and identity, and that their composition and strength are not misleading.