We contract manufacture dietary supplements for top brands — like yours.
Committed. Transparent. Custom.
Sawgrass Nutra Labs is a custom contract dietary supplements manufacturer committed to providing excellent customer service and meaningful transparency. From the sales process to manufacturing your finished product, we differentiate ourselves from other contract manufacturing companies because of our focus on building valuable partnerships with our customers.
We specialize in capsules and liquids, and custom blend supplements, vitamins, nutraceuticals, and more. To learn about our contract manufacturing services, check out our page below:
Your wins are our wins.
We’re invested in the success of your brand, from formulation and production all the way to retail shelves and your customers’ medicine cabinets. Your brand’s integrity is our highest priority.
Here are just a few ways we stand apart from our competition:
- Source ingredients for our capsules and liquids from top-quality suppliers
- Use accredited third-party laboratories to test every single product we make
- Have formulators on staff to help improve your formulas based on the latest research
- Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) certified and FDA registered
- Offer competitive MOQs, letting you innovate with new products
Brands with dietary supplements found in CVS, Walgreens, Amazon.com, Walmart, Kroger, and boutique shops worldwide trust our experience and expertise.
If you’re looking for a superior dietary supplement contract manufacturing organization, leave the details to us while you focus on the big picture: your customers’ health and your brand’s growth. To learn more about our contract manufacturing services, check out our page below or Contact Us now.
We’re certified — in all the things that matter.
We’re ready for your order.
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