FMI currently manufactures and packages liquid forms of dietary supplements so we have the experience and controls in place to ensure that the integrity of your supplement is maintained. Our FDA registered and inspected manufacturing facility has a variety of blending vessels as well as experienced product development chemists to formulate your liquid dietary supplement product. Your product will then be scaled-up and manufactured by our skilled compounders to your specifications while using cGMP protocols. With our assortment of modular filling equipment, we can package it how you want it including bottles and tubes of all sizes and sample packaging such as foil packettes.

Dietary supplements are marketed in a variety of forms such as tablets, capsules, softgels, powders, and liquids. These supplements include such as ingredients as vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, and enzymes. Unlike drugs, supplements are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure diseases so they can not make claims to do so. Products that make those types of claims are considered drugs. For more information about how dietary supplements are regulated by the FDA, please read “What are Dietary Supplements and how are they regulated?


The use of natural or organic ingredients in dietary supplement products is a common trend. If your product follows the natural and organic trend, FMI is the right manufacturer to get your product to market. FMI is CCOF certified which means that we can ensure the integrity of your natural or organic product through the entire process of manufacturing and packaging. CCOF or California Certified Organic Farmers is one of the first organic certifying agencies and their organic certification standards were used as the foundation for the USDA National Organic Program which made “certified organic” a federally regulated claim. Learn more about CCOF.

The Natural Products Association is the largest and oldest nonprofit organization representing the interests of manufacturers and retailers of the natural products market, which includes organic and health foods, dietary supplements, natural ingredient cosmetics, and other similar products. For more information on natural products, click here to go directly to the Natural Products Association or NPA website. For more information on the combined effort of the NPA and the UL to set dietary supplement safety and standards, go to this article: “New Independent Stamp of Approval by NPA and UL for Dietary Supplement Safety and Standards Announced”.