- Who's Accredited
Amazon sets various safety and compliance requirements for sellers who offer dietary supplements.
All products listed on Amazon must comply with all federal, state, and local laws and Amazon policies applicable to those products and product listings. For dietary supplements, this includes:
For each dietary supplement product or Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN), a seller must submit the following documents:
Sellers must submit a finished product Certificate of Analysis (COA) to support the amount per unit or per serving of each dietary ingredient claimed on the applicable facts panel. The COA submitted to Amazon needs to be issued within the past 12 months, be in PDF form, and contain the complete product name, batch number, and other pertinent information outlined by Amazon for selling dietary supplements.
As the largest accreditation body in North America, ANAB accredits testing laboratories to ISO/IEC 17025:2017. The mark of ANAB accreditation for these labs provides additional assurance and confidence that dietary supplement products will meet or exceed Amazon requirements, and the international recognition of ANAB can help open products to new markets and help attain worldwide recognition.
ANAB has also launched a pilot program for the Global Retail and Manufacturer Alliance (GRMA) certification scheme, which includes accreditation for certification to NSF/ANSI 455-2-2018 for dietary supplements. The accreditation program operates in accordance with ISO/IEC 17065 for product, process, and service certification programs.