Retailer & Regulatory Requirements for Brands

With an industry that's rapidly changing, keep up to date with new regulations and requirements that come out to ensure your natural health products are relevant and compliant in the marketplace.

Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market was the first grocery chain in the United States to set a deadline for GMO labeling.  Their deadline for all brands to be third-party certified is January 1, 2022.  Most of the brands on their shelves are already certified.

Amazon ISO 17025 Testing Requirements

Starting in late November 2020 Amazon rolled out sweeping changes instituting numerous requirements for all supplement sellers.

New York CBD Regulations

On October 26, 2020 the New York State Department of Health (DOH) released a 63 page document laying out proposed regulations for food, beverages and dietary supplements containing CBD and other hemp derived cannabinoids.

GOED Monograph for Marine Oils

The GOED Voluntary Monograph has served as the omega-3 industry’s standard of quality since 2002.

Alignment with International Probiotics Associations/Council for Responsible Nutrition Guidance

Released January 9, 2017, these guidelines are designed to ensure probiotic manufacturers and brands can consistently create high quality products that consumers can trust.


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