NSF ‘Certified For Sport’ Apps Cuts Through Unsafe Supplement Clutter
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
NSF International introduces Certified for Sport app to identify its 700 certified supplement products by scanning a product barcode and also connect to brands' e-commerce site. Since a hard launch in late January, NSF says downloads are “in the thousands.”
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