NASC Launches Quality Seal Program

The NASC has launched a quality seal program.

In an effort to help consumers identify reputable animal supplement companies, the National Animal Supplement Council is now allowing select companies to display a NASC Quality Seal on their products.

Permission to use of the logo is contingent on companies’ undergoing and meeting the requirements of independent facility audits, which are on-site inspections that the NASC recently began conducting.

NASC member companies wishing to use the NASC seal must demonstrate during the audits that they comply with council requirements, which include: using acceptable statements on labels, Web sites and marketing materials; having an adverse-event reporting system in place; following quality-control procedures in their production processes; and adhering to any additional recommendations made by the NASC’s scientific advisory committee or the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine.

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