Recently, Nutrition Industry Executive Magazine reached out to interview Mark Glazier on the challenges facing the supplement industry.
Mark’s goal of making the highest quality supplements is one thing. But actually walking the walk and only sourcing raw materials that meet strict quality specifications for purity, potency, composition and identity is taking that commitment to an entirely other level.
“Actually achieving those specifications each and every time is where the challenge is,” Glazier told NIE Magazine. “Manufacturers of finished supplements must set strict quality specifications for all raw ingredients and insure those specifications are met prior to being released into production.”
Manufacturers of finished supplements are the ones who must hold themselves accountable. It is their responsibility to source and test all ingredients before releasing them into production. This is just one of the ways that consumer trust is built and a major change that needs to happen in the supplement industry.
Glazier on sourcing ingredients, “It shouldn’t matter if the ingredient is from Shanghai, China or Hoboken, NJ; if it’s properly tested for purity, potency, composition and identity than the consumer will get a safe, efficacious supplement every time.”
Consumer’s safety and health are the most important thing. NutraBio qualifies every ingredient supplier and each and every batch goes through rigorous testing, including heavy metals, toxins and other contaminants.
“Keep it simple. Cleaner, more transparent labels allow consumers to better understand what they are putting in their bodies while building greater trust in the industry,” said Glazier about the industry.
Thank you to the team at NIE Magazine for taking the time to learn more about the supplement industry and all of the hard work that Mark Glazier and the entire NutraBio team invest into making the safest, cleanest, purest supplements available.
To read the full interview with Mark Glazier, click here.