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Robinson Pharma gets USP mark for omega-3 softgels

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Robinson Pharma Inc.’s omega-3 30 percent fish oil softgels are set to carry the USP Verified Mark on its product label after verification by the USP DSVP (Dietary Supplement Verification Program).

USP DSVP takes a comprehensive approach to product quality and uses a rigorous standard that exceeds the federally mandated cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) regulations.

“We are honored to be working with USP and their dietary supplement verification program (DSVP),”​ said Fred Jamee, senior VP of quality and compliance for Robinson Pharma.

“The USP DSVP program begins with a rigorous multi-day audit that is an in-depth inquiry into all aspects of the facilities, production practices, staff training and qualifications, and ingredient and finished product testing and standards,”​ he added.

Kenn Israel, the Californian company’s VP of marketing added: “ “Our customers and clients demand increasingly rigorous third party verification that we are more than just compliant with FDA quality standards. We are indeed fortunate that our quality unit has a mandate to do more than meet the minimum standard. They are part of our leadership team and have a key role in all operations at Robinson Pharma Inc.”

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