Ecuadorian Rainforest’s new facility has been certified cGMP compliant by the New Jersey Department of Health. Current Good Manufacturing Practices (or cGMPs) ensure that a facility meets regulations enforced by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Additionally, Ecuadorian Rainforest successfully passed a five-step process, which included an on-site inspection of the company’s facility handled by Quality Assurance International, a USDA accredited organic certifier. The certification also means the company’s organic ingredients meet the equivalent standards in Canada and the EU.
The company is also certified to offer Star-K kosher ingredients. The certification has deemed several of Ecuadorian Rainforest’s ingredients as meeting the kosher standards and is recognized worldwide.
Steve Siegel, vice president of Ecuadorian Rainforest said, “Our new facility and the certifications we’ve earned show our commitment to supplying quality raw materials. We look forward to the future and running a business that meets and exceeds state and federal requirements.”