NSF Certification: Why It Matters

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

As the overall health of the nation declines, many consumers are starting to realize the great need for quality supplements. In other words, people are experiencing a health crisis, and they are seeking help. Unfortunately, many businesses are exploiting these people, selling supplements labeled as "healthy" when, in reality, their products and practices meet only the lowest required standards. Many companies have been built on the shaky foundation of buzz words, fancy labeling, and expensive advertisements.

Not Synergy.

The foundation of the Synergy product line is strong, real and powerful. Our products are formulated, tested, and ensured to exceed industry standards. Our product manufacturing is second to none, and the supplements we provide to the world are guaranteed to be safe, potent, and pure. 

But don't take our word for it.

NSF International is a non-profit, non-governmental public health and safety organization. They provide food safety, water quality, public health, and product testing services. They are the world leader in standards development, product certification, education, and risk-management for public health and safety. Their job is to make sure the public has access to quality and safety so that real results can be achieved.

In 2010, Synergy was proud to receive its official certification from NSF International. This independent certification is proof of our commitment to quality products and truly healthy supplement manufacturing. It validates our claim of having superior product quality and gives Synergy WorldWide a competitive advantage within the industry. It increases our credibility as a company and inspires consumer confidence as we ensure strict adherence to all state and federal regulations.

In short, NSF International has given Synergy's manufacturing operation their valuable stamp of approval, and we are confident that consumers will give us theirs as well.

Click here for the NSF certification flyer

Synergy WorldWide

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