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Natreon gets Non-GMO Project certification for entire ingredient portfolio

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Berry of the Withania somnifera plant. Natreon markets a standardized extract of the plant with the brand name Sensoril. Wikimedia Commons / Wowbobwow12
Berry of the Withania somnifera plant. Natreon markets a standardized extract of the plant with the brand name Sensoril. Wikimedia Commons / Wowbobwow12

Related tags: GMO, Gmo labeling, Ayurveda

Ayurvedic ingredient specialist Natreon announced that its entire portfolio has been verified by the Non-GMO Project.

“Consumer demand for non-GMO foods, beverages and dietary supplements continues to increase, and Natreon is responding in order to provide added value for our customers,”​ said Bruce Brown, president of NewJersey-based Natreon.

“Achieving Non-GMO Project verification for our products adds another level of trust for Natreon’s clinically studied branded ingredient portfolio while aligning with consumer preferences for transparency and quality.”

Under the guidelines of independent verification organization Non-GMO Project​, products go through an annual audit to ensure compliance to the seal’s requirements. This consists of facility inspections and ongoing testing of all ingredients.

All six of Natreon’s ingredients have been verified non-GMO:

  • Sensoril (Withania somnifera​ or Ashwagandha)
  • PrimaVie (Biome-optimized Shilajit)
  • Capros (Phyllanthus emblica​ or Amla)
  • Crominex 3+ (trivalent Chromium supplement)
  • AyuFlex (Terminalia chebula​)
  • Ayuric (Terminalia bellirica​)

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