HASTA BATCH TESTED
Batch testing is common at BSc. Generally, this means that one flavour from one specific batch of product has been sent for Independent Third-Party testing. Not all flavours will be available, and this will change month to month. If the product has been identified by BSc as BATCH TESTED this means this specific batch/flavour ONLY has been shown not to contain WADA banned substances.
Once CERTIFIED, every batch must be tested. CERTIFICATION is common at BSc. Generally, this means that every batch of this product has been sent for Independent Third-Party testing. Look for the HASTA logo on the label. If the product has been identified by a HASTA logo this means every batch of the product has been shown not to contain WADA banned substances. HASTA Certification also requires significant additional commitment from BSc including:
- HASTA verification testing of multiple samples from different batches.
- HASTA assessment of independently audited manufacturing QA systems.
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At BSc, we are committed to delivering high-quality, safe therapeutic goods that meet and exceed the stringent standards set by the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia). TGA-listed products not only assure our customers of the efficacy and safety of our supplements but also build trust among healthcare and sporting professionals who confidently recommend our products. This commitment aligns with our mission to create trusted, quality products for your everyday physical and mental performance. Choosing BSc as your nutrition supplement brand means opting for integrity, transparency, and a dedication to quality that extends beyond regulatory requirements.
Why is TGA important for supplements?
If a product is TGA-listed, this indicates that the product has undergone a thorough regulatory evaluation and complies with the requirements set by the TGA. Specific requirements may vary depending on the type of product, but some common requirements will include good manufacturing practices (GMP) and evidence of efficacy through clinical trials.
How do you know if a product is TGA listed?
TGA listed medicines are assigned a unique identifier known as an AUST L number and will be listed on the ARTG (Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods). An AUST L number will always be displayed on the product label. When you see this number, you can be confident the product has met the regulatory requirements of quality, safety, and efficacy.
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