Our Papaya Enzyme lozenges have a refreshing taste and are excellent after meals. Our tablets are made from whole, unripe, spray-dried papaya powder, and contain 40 mg papaya per lozenge. Other enzymes are added to supplement the papaya *
Our Papaya Enzyme lozenges have a refreshing taste and are excellent after meals. Our tablets are made from whole, unripe, spray-dried papaya powder, and contain 40 mg papaya per lozenge. Other enzymes are added to supplement the papaya
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As a dietary supplement, chew or dissolve 2 lozenges in mouth following meals or as needed
NOW Foods is proud to announce the receipt of the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification from the National Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA). The NNFA GMP Certification Program is designed to verify compliance of member suppliers of dietary supplements with a standardized set of good manufacturing practices (GMPs) developed by NNFA. This program is based upon third party inspections of member suppliers and comprehensive audits of their GMP programs in the areas of Personnel, Plant and Grounds, Sanitation, Equipment, Quality Operations, Production and Process Controls, Warehouse, Distribution, and Post-Distribution Practices. This program ensures that all elements of the manufacturing process are reviewed to provide reasonable assurance that processes are sufficiently controlled so that products meet their purported quality.
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