About USANA Health Sciences

USANA Health Sciences operates in numerous countries around the world. So, USANA must meet the manufacturing and regulatory standards of each country to sell products there. Examples of these include the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).

The FDA requires dietary supplement manufacturers to follow Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for dietary supplements (21 CFR, part 111). USANA state that they meet and exceed these standards by voluntarily using the more stringent GMP for pharmaceuticals (21 CFR, part 211) as the model for its quality-assurance program. This model regulates virtually every aspect of manufacturing, including facility design and maintenance, raw material specification and control, supplier validation, product design, product testing, and more.

Quality metrics

Independent Certifications

Products verified by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)

Recalls 2015 to 2020

FDA

0

TGA

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Awards

2019 – 6 time winner of best direct selling brand – ConsumerLab

Independent Certifications

Manufacturing facilities verified by United States Pharmacopoeia (USP)

Difference between USANA and other multivitamins

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