National Enzyme Co. joins CRN

National Enzyme Co. joins CRN

NEC will work closely with CRN and other companies to promote best practices and provide insight and education to the public.

National Enzyme Co. (NEC) was recently welcomed into the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) as a member company. CRN is the leading trade association representing dietary supplement manufacturers and ingredient suppliers. CRN member companies are expected to comply with a host of federal and state regulations governing dietary supplements in the areas of manufacturing, marketing, quality control and safety.    

As a member, NEC will work closely with CRN and other companies to promote best practices and provide insight and education to the public. "We are honored and excited to be a part of the Council for Responsible Nutrition. Their commitment to transparency and best practices in the supplement industry aligns closely with our longstanding goal to manufacture world class products and maintain our status as the foremost industry expert. As the oldest and most trusted enzyme company in the US, our reputation for quality and superior products speaks volumes. Our membership with CRN is a direct reflection of our continued commitment to be the supplement industry leader," said Charlie Amidon, chief operating officer, NEC.
 
Independently certified for cGMP compliance by NSF and TGA, NEC has the expertise to produce a broad range of dietary supplements including enzyme-based formulations, probiotics, vitamins, minerals, botanicals and more. We offer state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities with blending, encapsulation, tableting, convenience packaging, full service bottling, and in-house graphics/labeling services to meet the unique needs of our valued customers. We work tirelessly to help our customers create robust, profitable products, which impact the nutritional industry in a positive and progressive manner. 

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