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Taiyo facility gets top marks in NSF food safety audit

04 January 2012

Taiyo announced its Sunphenon manufacturing facility, Taiyo Green Power, achieved an NSF Food Safety, Quality and Food Defense Audit Score over 95, as audited by Cook & Thurber. A score over 95 is classified as Meeting or Exceeding Audit Expectations.

“Our top score demonstrates Taiyo’s commitment to providing the highest quality and safest ingredients to customers in the food and supplement industries”, said Scott Smith of Taiyo. “NSF’s recognition of our manufacturing process, adherence to regulatory compliance and attention to quality and safety further increases the comfort level of customers looking to fortify their products with high quality green tea ingredients”.

Sunphenon is produced from pesticide controlled green tea leaf to assure compliance with stringent U.S. FDA residual pesticide regulations. This fully compliant material is extracted via a water infusion process and decaffeinated using only approved FDA methods. No chloroform or other illegal solvents are used in the processing of any Sunphenon extracts.

Sunphenon is the recipient of numerous international awards, recognized for its advanced research and ingredient applications, including the IFT Industrial Achievement Award and the Ministry of Japan Science and Technology Award. Taiyo’s full product range is showcased on stand 2E47 at FiE, Paris.


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