Day 18 of My Journey from 64 to 65 ProArgi9+ Synergy’s Approved Vendor Checklist

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Each ingredient in Synergy WorldWide’s products and Nature’s Sunshine Products (NSP) is supplied by one of 350 approved vendors that have endured in-depth scrutiny by NSP’s quality control team. All of Synergy’s raw materials are sourced through exceptional vendors who hold the highest quality standards. And what are those standards, exactly?
Synergy accepts nothing less than the highest levels of purity, potency, and safety. Keep in mind that vendors who are approved aren’t approved indefinitely. Each vendor must continue to prove the quality of its products and practices. From start to finish, there are hundreds of steps that NSP’s quality control team will carry out to ensure its customers are receiving the best products on the market, said  Lynda Hammons, the NSP’s former Vice President of Quality Assurance at the time this was written. The vendor selection process consists of four basic steps, and each step requires dozens of protocols. Here are the steps Hammons leads her team through so that NSP and Synergy can deliver power, health[1]enhancing products to you.
Questionnaire: The questionnaire acts much like a preliminary interview. Synergy and NSP want to make certain that they know basic information about potential vendors and their products before pursuing them further. Some of this information includes the company’s history, and the procedures they use to manufacture and test their products. Through the questionnaire, our teams find the genus and species of each raw material, as well as the part of the plant that was used. If the questionnaire states that the vendor uses all stem material, but Research and Development finds traces of roots and leaves, the vendor loses credibility. Vendors must provide information about where the requested raw material was originally harvested. If vendors are located in India or China, for instance, their products undergo additional scrutiny through risk assessments. Materials produced in these locations are high risk, meaning they are more likely to not meet Synergy’s and NSP’s quality standards. Sample Request Nothing a vendor states on their questionnaire is taken at face value. All ingredients, including ingredients from previously reliable vendors, must be tested to confirm that their ingredient meets NSP and Synergy standards, which is why vendors who make it past the questionnaire are asked to send in samples of their ingredients. The Research and Development crew, and health sciences teams, review each ingredient’s safety information, and then begin testing the product for micro-contamination, heavy metal contamination and allergens. These samples’ safety, purity and potency are evaluated in NSP’s Quality Control Lab and Method Lab. One of the things the Research and Development team does is make sure the sample ingredient’s particles are the correct size and can dissolve in liquid. NSP scientists’ end goal in testing samples is to confirm whether the ingredient will be a successful building block in formulating the product. Onsite Audit Hammons, a certified Quality Auditor by the American Society for Quality, schedules onsite audits with vendors who pass the first two steps. During her audits, Hammons evaluates the cleanliness, record management and operation protocols of the vendors’ manufacturing plants. However, Hammons still needs to do a little research before conducting the audit. Knowing the company’s history is the foundation to building a lasting business relationship. Hammons finds out how long a vendor has been in business and how many employees they have. She wants to be familiar with the company’s organization and their documentation habits before beginning the audit.

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