June 2024

Amazon Testing Policy Changes

Amazon recently updated their testing policy for dietary supplement sellers. Sellers were previously able to submit evidence that a product was third-party verified – but no longer. They will now only accept certificates of authenticity (CoA) directly from third-party testing companies that they partner with. Amazon has been plagued by tainted products in recent years. These new requirements may impact what types of products are available in the marketplace. Stay tuned.

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