NPA offers discount on certification
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryThe Natural Products Association is making its certification program "more accessible" to personal-care marketers by offering a discount on pricing for certification of products that use NPA-certified ingredients, the Washington D.C.-based organization announces Sept. 23. Deal offers 25 percent off products containing four or more NPA-certified natural ingredients and 50 percent off products using exclusively NPA-certified natural ingredients. "This new discount shows our ongoing commitment to helping millions of consumers find natural products that support and enhance their natural lifestyles," says NPA Executive Director and CEO John Gay. Since launching the NPA certification program in 2008, the organization has granted certification to almost 500 products and ingredients
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