The global nutraceutical market was estimated to be $140.1 billion US dollars in 2010. Concerns have arisen over the increasing cases of adulterated products in the market which threaten the health of the consumer and the continual growth for the nutraceutical industry. US rulings such as the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA), the 2007 Good Manufacturing Practice of Dietary Rule and comparable rules from other countries have set guidelines to ensure product safety and manufacturing compliance.
Join Kim Colson, Ph.D. and Jimmy Yuk, Ph.D. as we demonstrate the use of Assure-RMS with modern NMR technology to provide quality control of dietary supplements for the detection of adulterants and determination of identity, purity, strength and composition. Assure-RMS delivers a fully customizable automated solution to evaluating herbal products and dietary supplements for incoming and outgoing raw materials and finished products.