HerbaKraft earns NSF GMP facility registration

HerbaKraft earns NSF GMP facility registration

U.S.-based provider of premium ingredients from India also received the 2013 New Jersey Small Business Development Centers award for business growth.

HerbaKraft, supplying some of the industry’s highest quality, lab-validated raw materials for dietary supplements, cosmeceuticals and functional foods, has announced its Piscataway, NJ, facility is now an NSF International Dietary Supplement GMP registered facility. NSF GMP registration shows a commitment to developing and maintaining proper controls in the manufacturing process so that products are processed, manufactured and labeled in a consistent manner, and meet quality standards.

“From procurement through materials delivery, our company upholds strict adherence to NSF policies and industry cGMP standards to provide reliable raw materials for the dietary supplement industry,” said Vinod Khanijow, executive vice president for New Jersey-based HerbaKraft.

Formed in 2004, under the direction of Khanijow, the main focus of HerbaKraft continues to focus on lab-validated quality ingredients that, according to Khanijow, “make a customer’s buying experience uncomplicated.”

“HerbaKraft takes pride in its ingredient document support system, “says Khanijow. “Our practice of operating an in-house quality system led HerbaKraft to be honored with the 2013 New Jersey Small Business Development Centers award for business growth” said Khanijow.

In a joint venture with Prakruti Private Ltd. of India, to manufacture quality ingredients, HerbaKraft is poised to achieve new stature in the domestic and international marketplace.

In addition, HerbaKraft has established a rapid delivery system whether it is with sufficient inventory levels, at its New Jersey warehouse for prompt deliverables, or through its technology-advanced multi-national logistics system to deliver ingredients on-time anywhere in the world.

“We have truly positioned HerbaKraft to respond promptly to a customer’s needs for our ingredients,” added Khanijow.


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