News

Global Health Product Giant DSM Achieves IFOS Certification For Its MEG-3™ Line Of Fish Oil

February 14, 2017

Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 14, 2017 – The International Fish Oil Standards™ (IFOS™) Program is pleased to announce that DSM, a leading player in the health products space worldwide, has achieved the IFOS certification for their MEG-3™ and MEG-3™ Ultra product lines of fish oil. IFOS, the globally recognized third-party testing and certification program, analyzes products directly against internationally accepted standards for active ingredient concentration, stability and contaminant levels.

Read More


IFOS now tests for radiation, with Wiley's Finest as first adopter

June 19, 2014

The IFOS Program is pleased to announce that it now tests fish oils for radiation, with IFOS subscriber Wiley's Finest as the first adopter. As of January 1st, 2015, all samples submitted for testing will have radiation added to the Consumer Report; all customers will be transitioned from now until the end of 2014 as required.

Read More


GOED Exchange Presentation: Novel Approaches to Omega-3 Stability Testing

February 14, 2014

Dr. Steven Li of Diteba provides details about the latest innovation in omega-3 testing and its application in the omega-3 industry at GOED Exchange 2014.

Read More


Croda becomes first fish oil raw material supplier to achieve IFOS certification

January 27, 2014

Nutrasource Diagnostics Inc. (NDI), the developer and exclusive provider of the International Fish Oil Standards™ (IFOS™) Program, is pleased to announce that Croda Health Care has become the first omega-3 fish oil supplier to achieve the 5-Star IFOS™ Supplier Certification for their full range of Incromega™ brand fish oil concentrates.

Read More


New, Groundbreaking TAV Test Developed by Nordic Naturals, Nutrasource Diagnostics

August 10, 2013

Nutrasource Diagnostics Inc. and Nordic Naturals, an industry leader in omega-3 oils, have developed a new test for flavoured fish oils that solves the problem of false rancidity readings.

The test, called the True Anisidine Value (TAV) test, is based on a HPLC analysis and was developed to eliminate a problem that has plagued earlier testing methods for flavoured fish oils.

Read More