Though herbs and botanicals have been used medicinally for thousands of years, companies still fall victim to counterfeit, adulterated, or poor-quality ingredients when sourcing. Ineffective and unsafe ingredients can pose serious risks to your customers’ health, not to mention your sales, market share, and brand reputation.
Nutrasource provides the scientific expertise and regulatory oversight you need to support your product development pathway and verify the safety, efficacy, and quality of your herbs, botanicals, and their extracts – whether natural or a synthetic duplicate. Access to our full regulatory consulting and clinical trials services, paired with our analytical testing capabilities for herbs and botanicals, offer our clients an advantage as they work seamlessly with our teams.
We partner with DNA4Technologies for leading-edge species identification, which utilizes the whole genomic approach method to verify species identification in the most robust way possible. In addition, we help develop analytical methods for herbs and botanicals, provide regulatory guidance for the U.S. dietary supplement and food markets, and can determine the need for Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) or New Dietary Ingredient Notification (NDIN) filings with the FDA. Nutrasource is a member of the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA).
Explore our regulatory and clinical services for herbs and botanicals:
- Product Development Strategy
- Clinical Trials
- Compliance Consulting
- Health Claims Substantiation
- Product Classification
- Technical Label Review
- Natural Health Product (NHP) Licensing
- Nutrition Facts Panel Review
- Dietary Supplement Facts Panel Review
- Scientific Literature Reviews
- Natural Health Product (NHP) Site Licensing
- Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS)
- New Dietary Ingredient Notifications (NDIN)
Our product testing services for herbs and botanicals include:
Learn how we can help you launch or re-position your herbal product to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
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