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Beverage, nutritional supplement and cosmetics formulators gain certified fulvic acid source.

KALAMAZOO, MI — November 20, 2018 — Mineral Logic, LLC, a leading supplier of fulvic acid for human applications, today announced it has received its Good Manufacturing Practices certificate in the dietary supplement program administered by the National Products Association (NPA) and UL Registrar LLC (UL).

Kalamazoo, Mich.-based company Mineral Logic, which supplies its high-quality nutraceutical-grade products to global beverage, nutritional supplement and cosmetic companies, said this specialized certificate represents another step in its continued growth.

“Our customers demand the highest levels of safety and quality,” said Andrew Bruex, chief operating officer of Mineral Logic. “A GMP certificate signifies excellence in our niche industry. We took the extra step to obtain this industry-specific certification from NPA and UL to assure formulators and consumers that our products have the identity, strength, composition, quality and purity that appear on the product label.”

NPA and UL developed the co-branded, dietary supplement-specific badge logo program for dietary supplements. The use of both NPA and UL marks in its co-branded partnership are only available to companies certified under the NPA GMP standard with audits conducted by UL Registrar LLC. UL Registrar LLC auditors are trained in the NPA GMP standard, and administer the certification program, the audit function, and the final decision on whether the organization meets the standard to achieve compliance.

The company’s MLG-50™ is a fulvic extraction that is manufactured into fine powder and liquid concentrations as an input ingredient, or standalone product, for the health and beauty industries. Fulvic acid is a naturally occurring organic acid that is considered a powerful antioxidant and a vehicle for the absorption of nutrients in humans. For more information about Mineral Logic’s products or capabilities, visit

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