New Zealand - The Source

High Nutrient and Bioactivity Levels

New Zealand has two unique characteristics that have a fantastic impact on its natural resources such as vegetation, livestock and marine life.

Firstly, New Zealand’s location in the southern hemisphere has a perfect year-round climate. A lot of New Zealand's natural resources grow faster and healthier in New Zealand than anywhere else in the world!

Secondly, New Zealand is known for its seasonal hole in the ozone layer. This hole in the ozone layer migrates from the Antarctic pole every year to sit directly over New Zealand. As a result, New Zealand natural resources have some of the highest bioactivity levels in the world; not to mention the abundance of nutrients!

Incomparable Growing Conditions

New Zealand's worldwide reputation is one of a clean, green paradise; this is reflected in the clean soils and water that are used to grow produce and to feed livestock. Even the ocean that surrounds New Zealand is a clean environment that marine life flourishes in. New Zealand’s pure environment dramatically reduces the risk of contamination from heavy metals and pollutants seen so often in other countries.

It is important to note that New Zealand is world renowned in raw material tractability. This has grown in importance, as reports of bioactive adulteration from around the world have been made more public.


Government Enforced Standards

New Zealand's quality standards are strictly enforced and overseen by the New Zealand Government. These standards regulate food and agriculture products.

New Zealand is a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) free country and remains Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) disease free. On top of this, an antibiotic- and hormone-free policy in animal products is strictly enforced.

New Zealand animals are raised and farmed to very strict standards of animal health and welfare. The use of hormones and growth promoters is banned.

It is GMP manufactured and certified to strict New Zealand Food Safety Authority (NZFSA) and to standards accepted in the USA, Australia and Europe.