At Nature’s Best, we’re proud to offer an extensive repertoire of nourishing products. From softgels and hard-pressed tablets, to face serums and protein bars, we’ve got all bases covered when it comes to nutritional health. What this means, however, is that we need a host of factories to deliver the goods. And, as with our other contractors for distribution, storage, and printing, we’re just as pernickety about our nutraceutical and cosmetic suppliers. Ultimately, when it comes to cherry-picking the most appropriate companies, operating in a sustainable way is a basic requirement for us.
Year after year, our softgel supplier is committed to fulfilling its corporate sustainability objectives. Central to this is the tracking of its environmental footprint. Every quarter, the company assesses its energy consumption via a rigorious corporate monitoring programme. Though the factory has been successful at making notable reductions thus far, it continues to work actively with the Carbon Trust to implement further energy saving projects. Besides this, the firm is also a member of SEDEX – an ethical supply chain management association–, which ensures sustainability is considered at every stage of its value chain. Alongside these core principles, our softgel supplier continues to explore even more raw materials derived from sustainable and certified sources.
Sustainability is at the heart of skincare supplier’s operations, too, committed to ingredients grown without being genetically modified (non-GMO) is the gold standard. You won’t find any harsh chemicals, parabens, nanoparticles, synthetic dyes, artificial fragrances, or animal testing here.
Other nutraceutical suppliers we outsource also endeavour to work in a responsible and sustainable fashion throughout their supply chains. Amongst their environmentally conscious practices, these companies have looked at ways to reduce waste streams, conserve valuable resources, maximise the efficiency of the production process, and manage ecologically harmful substances.