Life is complicated, your supplements shouldn’t be. That’s why we make supplements that are undeniably clean–our formulations go through four rounds of testing to ensure that you and your family are getting the highest-quality nutritional products on the market.
We put ourselves in your shoes and asked: if we were buying supplements, what would we want to know? Is my product clean? Is my product what it says it is? How do I really know those two things are true? FDA standards are the minimum requirement here at Clean Simple Eats. From there, we’ve built rigorous testing protocols with certified third-party labs, stringent vetting processes into each and every ingredient, suppliers and manufacturers.
Our Testing Process: What’s not in our products can be just as important as what is in them. That’s why our products go through four rounds of advanced analytical testing at state-of-the-art labs. Many competitors test only once or twice; our testing includes: raw materials and components, in-process testing, finished product testing, and stability testing. Every single batch of our products is tested for precision, potency, and purity, including contaminants like microbes, heavy metals, pathogens, and pesticides in ISO-certified labs. Annually, we screen all products for supplement fact verification and allergens (including gluten, diary, peanut, and soy). Any batch that doesn’t meet our standards is rejected.
Our Testing Facilities: We use comprehensive third-party testing by certified, unbiased, accredited United States laboratories that follow quality standards set forth by the most prestigious national and international organizations. Our third-party laboratories are highly respected within the industry. A few of the labs that we work with are Contract Testing Laboratories of America (CTLA), Eurofins, and Summit Nutritional Laboratories.
Our Ingredient Sourcing Process: Like our manufacturers, all of our suppliers must pass a stringent vetting process in order to work with us. We don’t use mysterious masking agents, but instead prioritize quality and pour R&D time into getting it right using real food ingredients, natural flavors, and safe sweeteners.