Bergstrom Nutrition joins CRN

Bergstrom Nutrition joins CRN

Manufacturer of OptiMSM, the world’s purest and only GRAS-designated MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), has been approved as a Council for Responsible Nutrition member.

Bergstrom Nutrition, manufacturer of OptiMSM®, the world’s purest and only GRAS-designated MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), announced it has been approved as a member of the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the dietary supplement industry’s leading trade association.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Bergstrom Nutrition to CRN’s family of reputable and responsible member companies,” said Carl Hyland, director, membership development, CRN. “We look forward to working with Bergstrom Nutrition and other member companies that work to uphold CRN standards, and demonstrate diligence in promoting a responsible industry.”

CRN was founded in 1973, and represents over 100 dietary supplement manufacturers, ingredient suppliers, and companies providing services to those manufacturers and suppliers. The association advocates for public policy that allows access to safe, beneficial, and high-quality dietary supplement products. It provides member companies with expertise and action in the areas of science, regulation, legislation, communications, and international affairs, and enhances an environment for its members to responsibly market dietary supplements and ingredients.

“The proactive agenda of the CRN to guide industry best practices aligns perfectly with our enduring commitment to maintain the highest levels of quality, transparency and traceability in the production of our world-class ingredient,” said Tim Hammond, vice president of sales and marketing, Bergstrom. “We are delighted to join with CRN to support its efforts in advancing the integrity and responsibility of the industry.”


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