COMMAND Nutritionals, a dietary supplement contract manufacturer is committed to uncompromising product quality and consistency.
We have received an “A” Compliance Rating for our Certification Audit in the UL Natural Product Associations GMP 3rd Party Certification Program and are in full compliance with the most recent FDA regulations:
21 CFR 111 – Current Good Manufacturing Practices in Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplements.
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) are guidelines that provide procedures, processes and documentation to ensure the product manufactured consistently meets the established specifications relating to:
Professional Team and Latest Technology
Our highly trained lab technicians use the latest technology, high speed, instrumentation including UPLC, NIR, and Kjeltec Protein Analysis.
We also partner with qualified, audited and certified outside labs to assist in quick turn around microbiological testing along with select raw material and finished product analytical tests.
We also perform and maintain long-term and accelerated Stability Studies. The accelerated studies are regularly monitored in a state of the art environmental chamber which maintains pre-set temperature and relative humidity conditions.
Quality – From Raw Materials to Finished Product
COMMAND Nutritionals, as a dietary supplement contract manufacturer, ensures quality beginning with incoming raw materials and packaging components, through work-in-process, to finished product shipment. This includes the following quality control procedures:
Continuous in-process QC checks verifying ingredient identity, weight, and addition, appropriate sign-off, and actual vs theoretical yield to protect against non-conforming product.
Organoleptic and physical state comparisons to the control sample to confirm flavor profile, sweetness, mouthfeel, aroma, texture and appearance.
QC sign-off on all packaging line equipment, bulk powder, and packaging components, prior to start-up, to ensure the established packaging specifications are being met.