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Nutrex Hawaii® earns USP verification for BioAstin®

August 1, 2018
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

Nutrex Hawaii®, Inc., has announced that its BioAstin® Hawaiian Astaxanthin® has received the United States Pharmacopeia (USP®) Verified Mark — the first dietary supplement brand of astaxanthin to receive USP verification.

BioAstin Hawaiian Astaxanthin is a powerful antioxidant supplement derived from natural microalgae grown using open pond technology on the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Nutrex Hawaii is the only producer of naturally grown Hawaiian Astaxanthin and one of only a few producers worldwide who have mastered astaxanthin production in open ponds.

“We are pleased to participate in the USP verification program as it provides assurance that we are producing superior quality supplements, which is our top commitment to our consumers,” said Mawae Morton, CEO, Nutrex Hawaii, Inc. “The USP Verified Mark is an important verification to many of our consumers and shows that our products and manufacturing processes continue to meet high quality standards.”

The USP Dietary Supplements Verification Program is a voluntary program in which USP conducts a rigorous audit of manufacturing facilities, checks procedures and record-keeping to make sure that the facility as well as the products meets applicable USP standards. The USP Verified Mark indicates that the product contains the ingredients listed on the label, in the declared potency and amount, and that no harmful levels of specified contaminants are present. The mark also indicates that the product is produced using safe, sanitary and well-controlled manufacturing practices according to the FDA and USP guidelines.

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