Ogden, Utah, July 16, 2007 —Trace Minerals Research, a leading provider of mineral-based supplements for more than 35 years, today announced that its manufacturing facility received an “A” compliance rating by the Natural Products Association (NPA) during a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) recertification audit. The recertification confirms that Trace Minerals Research’s facility adheres to NPA’s stringent standards surrounding quality control, cleanliness and training, receiving and testing of raw materials, and procedures for the manufacture, storage and distribution of dietary supplements.
“This GMP recertification underscores our ongoing commitment to maintaining the highest standards in manufacturing and quality control, ” noted Matt Kilts, partner, Trace Minerals Research. “Currently, our operations department is reviewing the FDA’s recently announced GMP standards for dietary supplements to ensure that we are compliant. We do not anticipate any changes in operations in order to comply with these new FDA regulations.”
Trace Minerals Research (www.traceminerals.com) markets and distributes essential minerals harvested from Utah’s Great Salt Lake for supplement use. The company uses these naturally balanced, naturally occurring minerals as the basis for all products in its brand product line. Extensive research supports the need to keep minerals in proper balance throughout the body in order to achieve optimal health. Trace Minerals Research is focused solely on servicing the natural products industry, and the company’s complete line of superior quality nutritional supplements is backed by a “Feel the Difference or Your Money Back” guarantee.