ARL Bio Pharma provides testing for dietary supplements. Our laboratory is ISO 17025:2017 accredited.
For each dietary supplement submitted for testing, ARL issues a finished product Certificate of Analysis (COA) with reference to the test method and results from the laboratory assay performed.
Certificate of Analysis includes:
- Complete Product Name
- Batch/lot number and/or date code of the unexpired finished product sample tested
- Name and address of ARL Bio Pharma issuing COA
- Results from laboratory assay performed with the amount per unit or per serving of each dietary ingredient(s) claimed on the Supplement Facts panel.
- Reference to the test method used for each dietary ingredient listed. If the test method is non-compendial, not an AOAC Official Method of Analysis or is a modified version of these, or is in-house, the principle of the method is stated (e.g., HPLC, GC, etc.).
- The dietary ingredient name(s) on the Supplement Facts panel and ingredient name(s)
- The unit of measure for each dietary ingredient on the Supplement Facts panel (i.e. g, mg, mcg, etc.) and the unit of measure on the COA.
Amazon requires sellers to provide documentation that dietary supplements sold on Amazon meet and comply with regulations and standards requirements:
- 21 CFR 101.36-Nutritional Labeling of Dietary Supplements
- 21 CFR 111 - Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) in manufacturing, packaging, labeling, or holding operations for dietary supplements
- 21 CFR 117 - Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP), Hazard Analysis, and Risk Based Preventative Controls (HARPC) for Human Food
Submit Samples for testing through ARL's Client Portal.
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