BioZyme® Equine & Companion Animal Products Now Feature the NASC Quality Seal

BioZyme will now carry the NASC Quality Seal on products specifically designed for the equine and companion animal markets.
BioZyme NASC Quality Seal

BioZyme® Incorporated and Cogent Solutions Group, a BioZyme company, have proudly joined the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC). It will now carry the NASC Quality Seal on products specifically designed for the equine and companion animal markets.

The companion animal supplement market has exploded in recent years. Therefore, the NASC was developed to help consumers make informed decisions. The NASC promotes “the health and wellbeing of companion animals and horses that receive animal health supplements by their owners and to protect and enhance the animal health supplement industry.” BioZyme and Cogent Solutions Group have met all the criteria to become an approved member of the NASC. They provide superior supplements for horses, dogs and cats under the Vitalize®, Hyaluronex® and Trixsyn® brands.

Standards for NASC Members

Companies that are members of the NASC must go through rigorous quality assurance audits. This means they deliver the absolute highest-quality products available on the market. Along with demonstrating quality standards and cGMP compliance, all outward-facing marketing material including the BioZyme and Cogent Solutions Group websites and language were reviewed. Product labels were audited and updated, and all product ingredients were reviewed by the NASC scientific advisory committee. The last step was a third-party onsite audit of the companies’ manufacturing facilities. They ensured that the company met or exceeded all quality standards. 

“The NASC seal signifies our commitment to quality, vigilance and continuous improvement to promote the well-being of companion animals and horses. We are doing our part to help elevate and standardize the animal health product and supplement industries,” said Jill Vanover, Ph.D., Director of Cogent Solutions.

The NASC seal provides enhanced credibility and a differentiator in an increasingly competitive market. 

“Customers can have confidence in our products with the NASC Quality Seal. They know they come from responsible suppliers that meet NASC’s demanding quality requirements. We ensure our products are consistently produced and controlled according to documented quality standards,” Vanover said.

To learn more about the products that BioZyme and Cogent Solutions Group develop and manufacture to help your animals stay healthy, visit www.biozymeinc.com or www.cogentsolutionsgroup.com. To learn more about NASC and its members, visit www.nasc.cc.

About BioZyme® Inc.

BioZyme Inc., founded in 1951, develops and manufactures natural, proprietary products focused on animal nutrition, health and microbiology. With a continued commitment to research, BioZyme offers a complete line of feed additives. They also offer high density, highly available vitamin, mineral, trace mineral and protein supplements for a variety of animals. These include cattle, pigs, poultry, sheep, goats, horses and dogs. BioZyme brands include Amaferm, VitaFerm®, Vita Charge®, Sure Champ®, Vitalize®, DuraFerm® and Backyard Boost®. With headquarters in St. Joseph, Missouri, the company reaches a global market of customers in countries across five continents. For more information about BioZyme, visit www.biozymeinc.com.

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