Amazon's Certification Requirements for Dietary Supplement Products
Whether your product is a top seller on Amazon, or a new submission, ARL’s team has the expertise to generate required Certificate of Analysis (COA).
Choosing The Right Lab Is Key to Success
First and foremost, choose a lab that is ISO 17025:2017 accredited in several technologies and disciplines. Analytical Resource Laboratories is ISO accredited in microbiology USP and AOAC methods, PCR, HPLC, ICP, and physical testing. In addition to ISO accreditation, ARL is also FDA Registered and DEA Licensed. We are serious about our quality systems and processes.
Experience matters. Choose a lab with experienced scientists who understand the methods and complexities of product matrices. Analytical Resource Labs has over 20 years of experience in testing Dietary Supplements. We have the expertise to help you reach your goals.
Good Communication Means Good Business
Choosing a lab that communicates well is critical. Come and experience ARL’s world-class partnerships team. We love speaking with our partners and exploring the most efficient and economical ways to meet your needs. See the difference for yourself.
ARL is The Right Lab for You
With over 20 years of dietary supplement testing experience, ARL has the expertise, methods, and relationships to meet your analytical needs.
Meeting Amazon’s COA Requirements
How does ARL meet the ISO/IEC 17025 requirement?
ARL holds ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation across many different analyses, and our list of accredited capabilities continues to grow every year.
Does ARL's COA meet Amazon's requirements?
Yes. ARL's Certificate of Analysis for Amazon products meets all of the requirements for identification, qualification, and quantification of dietary supplement ingredients by analytical means or by Master Batch Record (MBR) verification.
Does ARL meet the additional testing requirements by Amazon?
Yes. When it comes to testing finished goods, not all raw materials are quantifiable by analytical means. In accordance with current Good Manufacturing Processes (cGMP), ARL can provide "by input" results based on raw material testing and Master Batch Record review. While some labs charge as much as $100 per ingredient for MBR review, ARL charges just $20, saving you hundreds of dollars per COA.
Where can I find more information about Amazon's testing requirements?
For the most up-to-date information on Amazon's testing requirements, visit Amazon Seller Central, then contact us for assistance.