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NZ-based TGA/GMP Manufacturing Alternative

Alaron Products Limited a New Zealand-based TGA/GMP Manufacturing Alternative

Alaron Products Limited announced today the renewal of their Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration Good Manufacturing Practice Certificate for the manufacture of TGA Listed products for an additional eighteen months. The announcement follows a two-day audit by the New Zealand Ministry of Health Medsafe Division the 1st and 2nd May.

Managing Director Ron Geiger said, “The results of this audit are particularly pleasing in the aftermath of the revocation of Pan Pharmaceuticals’ TGA/GMP Licence at the beginning of last week – just prior to our audit.”

Nelson-based Alaron Products employs over 60 staff in its state-of-the-art manufacturing and packaging plant on two sites in Tahunanui. Alaron has held New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Packhouse and Dairy licences for Fish, Shellfish, Meat, Game and Dairy products for up to ten years, and has been TGA/GMP Certified since 1999. Alaron was featured in the NZ Business Top Exporters issue and was on the Deloitte/Unlimited Fast 50 list of New Zealand’s fastest growing companies.

Mr. Geiger, who is Chairman of Natural Products New Zealand and Deputy Chairman of Velvet Quality New Zealand, also said, “Natural Products form an important part of New Zealand industry and exports. It is essential for New Zealand companies to assure the Quality standards of their products, both for the confidence New Zealand consumer and for our offshore customers.”

“Alaron Products offers a New Zealand-based alternative for GMP compliant manufacturing and packing of complementary health products and dietary supplements, with the confidence that they are dealing with a GMP Manufacturer certified. This comes even with the experience of what can go wrong in spite of regular audits by regulatory authorities. Our auditors arrived with full knowledge of the situation in Australia.”

Alaron Products Limited is a GMP Certified contract and private label manufacturer of dietary supplements, complementary health medicines, nutraceuticals, vitamins and minerals in hard shelled capsule and tablet form.

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