We pride ourselves on the quality of our products and have no problems being transparent with our customers. ✊
Every batch of Organic Plant Protein we make is laboratory tested by Covance, an industry-leading third-party.
You can find the recent COA (Certificate of Analysis) for every flavor of Organic Plant Protein attached to the bottom of this article.
What do you test for?
Some of the things we test every batch for are:
✔️ Ingredient Assays, i.e. to make sure you are getting the advertised amount of Protein per serving.
✔️ Absence of Microbiological Contaminants such as Mold, Salmonella, E. Coli and Staph.
✔️ Allergen levels such as Gluten.
✔️ Absence of Heavy Metals such as Mercury, Lead, Arsenic, and Cadmium.
Why is 3rd Party Testing important?
We are glad you asked! Third-party testing is important because it shows that a third party, not related to us or our manufacturing process, has verified the product independently.
A lot of companies don't even bother with this because it costs quite a bit of money to do. Others do not share the results because they don't want you to see what is in their products.
Rest assured that we stand behind our claims and quality. In fact, don't take our word for it, check out the results for yourself! 🕵
3rd Party Lab Testing Results for Organic Plant Protein Chocolate Mint batch 1804336.
3rd Party Lab Testing Results for Organic Plant Protein Unflavored batch 1804334.
3rd Party Lab Testing Results for Organic Plant Protein Vanilla Chai batch 1804335.
Note: Aside from redacting proprietary information such as the names and addresses of manufacturing partners, we do not alter or modify the results of our 3rd party lab testing in any way, so the results we share with you are exactly the same as the results we receive ourselves.
However, this means that units of measure may vary from one test to another.
To help you translate measurements like "ug/ml" (micrograms per milliliter) or "ug/kg" (micrograms per kilogram) into the more commonly used measurements like "ppm" (parts per million) or "ppb" (parts per billion) we recommend this site.
Additionally, Natural Force tests all of its products through 3rd party labs. If you see "in house" listed as a testing method, this means that the 3rd party laboratory used its own "in house" testing procedure.
If you have any other questions about our 3rd party lab testing data, please contact email@example.com
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