Salt Lake City, UT (August 10, 2021) 4Life’s manufacturing facilities in Sandy, Utah and Vineyard, Utah recently passed an audit with an A grade and zero non-conformances.
Manufacturing facilities involved in manufacturing, packaging, and the distribution of dietary supplements must be registered with the U.S. FDA as food processing facilities. 4Life manufacturing facilities are held to the standards of U.S. Code Title 21 Part 111, which prescribes current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).
To ensure that 4Life meets cGMPs, 4Life has contracted with NSF International: an independent third-party certifying body. NSF International audits procedures, programs, facilities and equipment, documentation practices, grounds, sanitation, and laboratory operations.
Many 4Life employees helped make this A grade possible, including: Director of Quality Assurance Ana Davis, Director of Quality Control Javier Medina, Senior Director of Logistics Jarrod Parry, Quality Document Control Manager Christian Griffin, Quality Manager Nestor Morales, Plant Manager Phil Simonsen, Plant Manager Curtis Adams, and Production Supervisor Allen Vance.
Vice President of Quality Steve Pederson: “Achieving this level of compliance is not easy to do. This represents a lot of hard work throughout the year by many people in the organization, including our executives, our managers, and our associates. Many companies say they are committed to quality. We have gone beyond just saying it; we’re showing that we do it. More than compliance to regulations, this certification is about a commitment to our brand, our Affiliates, and our consumers.”
4Life, the Immune System Company™
, and the first to bring transfer factor research to market, has offices in 25 markets to serve the company’s worldwide customers.
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Vice President Corporate Communications