What does integrity truly mean? Honesty? Built in quality from the ground up through every process and system? Committing to agreements with your customers and all stakeholders? Integrity is all of these.
A commitment to science matters
7 Global manufacturing business units
Producing and serving the global market, Sabinsa has grown through building trusted manufacturing relationships around the world.
A commitment to research and discover translates into validated support for products that not only carry claims, but work.
Sabinsa knows validating efficacy happens with clinical investigation. Ingredients supported by clinical evidence can be trusted to produce results.
Over 290 patents
A 30 years journey of tradition and science
Founded in 1988 by Muhammed Majeed, Ph.D., Sabinsa is devoted the Ayurvedic tradition, and dedicated to modern science. Inspired by ancient wisdom, validated by research.
Over more than three decades Sabinsa has brought more than 100 clinically backed standardized botanical extracts to market and funded clinical studies at academic / research institutions.
What appears to be lacking in parts of the supplement industry is a uniform commitment to ensure integrity of the finished product. Devoting time, skill, and the commitment to proper audits and testing the tide can rise for all, supporting quality – and better health for more people.
Test, test, and test again
Don’t rely on the word of a supplier, test materials at every point and maintain documentation. Audit wherever possible. Know your source material.
Make sure the health claims you make on your products are supported by ingredients with clinical evidence at specific dosages.
The same rules apply whether you are an established legacy brand or a start-up. Be responsible to your customers by building trusted supply chain relationships that can deliver on quality.
Trusted commitments for today, and the future
Trust and transparency are not simply talking-points
They must be backed by practice and procedures that deliver!
Delivering quality means producing with integrity, requiring commitments not only to contracts, but also remaining open to scrutiny, exposing where true challenges exist in the supply chain for certain ingredients. Being transparent and truthful with customers when challenges emerge – whether due to pandemic fallout, climate change, or government policies – manufacturers must rely upon supply chain integrity to create trusted products.
• Your suppliers must be willing to expose themselves to full transparency. Materials must be tested at every point of custody, from farm to bottle. Make sure to read the certificates of analysis.
• Understand testing methodology and ensure the proper methods are used for specified material.
• Take responsibility for your brand – audit the quality and testing process, cGMP.
Ensuring trusted suppliers
• Invest in quality source material – visit your suppliers and validate your materials.
A persistent commitment to discovery
Don’t use borrowed science
Quality rules for ALL brands