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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Third-Party Testing Separates USANA from the Competition

Third-Party Testing Separates USANA from the Competition








Tests are stressful. But they don’t have to be. Not if you have the utmost confidence in what you’re being tested on.

That’s why USANA welcomes third-party testing. We voluntarily submit to testing by organizations like NSF International and ConsumerLab.com. And we do so proudly, and confidently, knowing USANA’s products are manufactured to the absolute highest quality.

These third-party tests are validation that when you see the USANA name, you’re taking a product you can trust. The products are tested for things like label claims, purity, strength, US Pharmacopeia standards for disintegration, and more. Each time, USANA’s products pass with flying colors.


Aside from the outside testing done by third-parties, USANA is mandated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in Australia to follow a set of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) identical to pharmaceutical GMP in the United States. As an Australian supplier, USANA is regularly inspected and audited by the TGA to ensure their GMP standards are met.

All this proof from outside sources puts USANA, and your business, a step above the competition. Each test our products pass gives you another badge of honor to show off to prospects. But more importantly, each third-party validation gives you and your customers even more confidence that when they choose USANA, they’re choosing the highest-quality nutritional supplement on the market.



"ConsumerLab.com checked our Essentials product, and we came through with a clean slate. We met our label claims for vitamins and minerals, USP disintegration time, and heavy metals. There was no problem found with our product. And there were problems with one out of three of the other products they sampled. Those kind of things are encouraging to know, and I think they help customers see that we’re not just saying that we’re really good—we are really good."

—Dr. Mark Brown, USANA’s Director of Product Chemistry






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