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American Botanical Council Publishes a History of Adulteration
Date:11/30/2011

ity of Mississippi, is a unique university-affiliated research center devoted to the study of natural products and the realization of their benefits in human health, agriculture, and other applications. The NCNPR is recognized as a Center of Excellence for botanical supplements by the FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

Underwriters and Supporters of the ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Program (as of November 30, 2011)*

Amin Talati, LLC
Amway/Nutrilite Health Institute
Aveda Corporation
Bioclinic Naturals
BI Nutraceuticals
Cepham, Inc.
Chemi Nutra
Council for Responsible Nutrition
Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps
Enzymatic Therapy, Inc.
Ethical Naturals, Inc.
EuroPharma
EuroMed
Eu Yan Sang International
Flavex Naturextrakte GmbH
Gencor Nutrients, Inc.
Gaia Herbs
GNC, Inc.
Herbalife International, Inc.
Horphag Research
Indena USA, Inc.
Law Office of Holly Bayne, P.C.
Markan Global Enterprises, Inc.
Martin Bauer, Inc.
Metabolic Maintenance Products
Natural Factors Nutritional Products, Inc.
Nature's Sunshine Products
Nature's Way
Naturex, Inc.
NBTY, Inc.
New Chapter, Inc.
The New Frontier Foundation Fund of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation
Novel Ingredients
NOW Foods
Natural Products Association
NSF International
Nu Skin Enterprises/Pharmanex
Nutiva
Nutra Canada
Nutraceutical Corp
Nutritional Laboratories International
Paragon Laboratories
Perrigo Company
Pharmavite, LLC
Pure Encapsulations
Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems
RFI Ingredients, LLC
Sabinsa Corporation
Schwabe North America
Standard Process, Inc.
Thorne Research, Inc.
Traditional Medicinals, Inc.
Triarco Industries, Inc.
United Natural Products Alliance
Valensa International
V.D.F. FutureCeuticals
Verdure Sciences
Weil Lifestyle, LLC'/>"/>

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