PA9+ Single Serves Now In-House

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Dan Norman, President, witnesses the first run
of Synergy's newest Single Serve packaging machine
Synergy WorldWide is committed to manufacturing the highest quality supplements on the market.

As part of this commitment, Synergy firmly believes in the old adage:

"If you want something done right, do it yourself."

Synergy WorldWide controls all its own product manufacturing and testing.

ProArgi-9+, Synergy's leading product, has always been manufactured in-house. However, up until now the packaging of its single serves has been performed third-party due to the lack of equipment.

In an ongoing effort to literally control every aspect of its manufacturing, Synergy has now invested in the necessary equipment to do this packaging in-house.

Dan Norman, President, was present to witness the machine's first run. "This is another testament to our commitment to quality," says Dan. "Not only does this speed up our manufacturing time for single serves, but it allows us to regulate its production along every step of the way."

By doing it ourselves, Synergy has total control of the production process. We make sure it's done right, because when it comes to your health, nothing else will do.

Synergy WorldWide

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11 comments:

  1. Now that Synergy has the new equipment, will you be offering the Grape flavor in single serve packets as well and if so how soon will it be available for our customers?

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    1. Yes, the Grape single serves will be coming soon. Our hope is to make them available at some point during the Fall of this year.

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  2. Awesome! When can we get single serve Grape?

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    1. Our hope is to make them available at some point during the Fall of this year.

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  3. Great - Will the Grape single serving packages be available in Canada as well?

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    1. Yes, the Grape will also become available in Canada -- hopefully around the same time.

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  4. When will we be getting the single serves in Canada?

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  5. I thought NSP did all the product handling. Did the product have to leave the NSP building to get packaged someplace else, eg. third party?

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    1. You are correct. The product itself was manufactured and tested at NSP and then it had to be shipped to a separate facility for packaging - as we did not have the machinery to package in single serves. Once packaged, they would be sent back to us, where we would need to repeat quality testing to make sure the integrity of the product was maintained.

      This significantly reduces the amount of time required to manufacture the single serves now that this entire process is performed in-house. Great news for Synergy!

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    2. Well that's good. I'd hate to think that there could be a chance that the product could be tampered with when it left the building. Anytime something has to be handled more than necessary is always a bad sign.

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