We conduct tests on the most common preservatives used across foods. While there is no definitive list of preservatives, these common ones take care of most common “unwanted” ingredients to give you high quality clean products.
As we use plant based ingredients, we test for biological contaminants across all our products. These include pesticide residues, pathogens, naturally occurring toxic materials, heavy metals and crop contaminants.
We test for the all the food allergens – like wheat/ gluten, dairy, all nuts, egg and soy. We don’t want anyone with allergies to be denied great health and hence it is critical for us to have our products free from all these common allergens.
TruVitals gummies are manufactured at a US FDA registered facility. An FDA-Registered facility must provide evidence to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration that they have identified any potential hazards with the products being produced in that facility, are implementing preventative controls to address those hazards, and are monitoring the performance of the controls to ensure that they are effective.
All TruVitals products manufacturing sites are GMP compliant. Good Manufacturing practice (GMP) is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. GMP covers all aspects of production from the starting materials, premises and equipment to the training and personal hygiene of staff.
Our Latest Certificates
TVMG21001 – TruVitals Kids MultiVitamin & Fiber Gummies Test Certificate
TVIG21001 – TruVitals Kids Immunity & Fiber Gummies Test Certificate
TVMG22001 – TruVitals Kids Multivitamin & Fiber Gummies Test Certificate
STD22091 - TruVitals Chocolate Protein Diskettes Test Certificate
SLTVL001 & SLTVL001A- TruVitals Brain Booster Milk Mix Test Certificate
How to read Certificate of Analysis
We partner with reputed laboratories for analysis of our products. Each production batch undergoes these tests and the results have the values in the report as shared below:
LOQ: Limit of quantification - The lowest amount that can be estimated.
BLQ: Below the limit of Quantification - The amount of substance is so low that it is not possible to estimate.
ND - Not detected
LOQ and BLQ are laboratory specific.