“We knew that verifying non-GMO status of our leading brands would be essential to food and beverage as well as dietary supplement manufacturers as consumer awareness and demand for non-GMO ingredients increases,” commented Paul Dijkstra, InterHealth CEO. “UC-II, Super CitriMax, ChromeMate, Meratrim and ZMA were all tested to provide more transparency to InterHealth’s customers and ultimately to consumers.” Non-GMO testing has also started to become a necessity in light of new and possibly upcoming legislation around the world. Given the demand, the non-GMO market is bound to become extremely profitable.
“We will continue non-GMO testing on our other brands as part of a non-GMO initiative InterHealth started a few months ago,” stated Mr. Dijkstra. In addition to non-GMO testing, InterHealth has established and maintains documented procedures for identifying the material/product by suitable means from receipt and during all stages of production, shipment and measurement requirements.