When trying to source non GMO dietary ingredients for supplements, the inclusion of enzymes presents a special case. There is confusion about the penetration of genetic modification technology into the sector, a confusion that is abetted by the tightly-held trade secrets among the suppliers of these ingredients.
Read more on nutraingredients-usa.com.
When the supplement industry becomes a target, the solution isn’t to try making somebody else a target, but rather to decide where that target should be.
Read this article by Dan Fabricant, CEO of the Natural Products Association on newhope360.com.
Quality took on a whole new meaning for me when I joined Deerland Enzymes as CEO in 2008. During my first tour of our manufacturing facility, I noticed that one of the enzyme products we produced was in fact the exact product that a naturopath had suggested for one of my sons. This personalized and drove home to me the seriousness of the responsibility that we as industry members have to ensure that the products we manufacture are absolutely safe for consumption.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the dietary supplement industry’s leading trade association, and the Enzyme Technical Association (ETA), the trade association that represents manufacturers and marketers of enzyme products in North America, today announced the release of their voluntary guidelines for enzyme-containing dietary supplements: the “Enzyme Dietary Supplement Products Best Practices Guide.”