ATP-BIO’s factory is one of a few companies that received NSF and GMP certification. Our supplement factory goes through the 6-step quality control procedure to reach the highest standards. We are committed to providing our clients with high-quality, safe, and stable functional health food products, making ATP-BIO a trustworthy partner.


Raw materials qualification                        

  • Ingredients control: pesticide residues, plasticizers, heavy metals, moisture, microorganisms, appearance, COA, and more.

  • Material control: Ensure that both internal and external packaging materials meet specifications and exhibit no apparent defects.

  • Reserved sample: Strictly sample check raw materials and store for preservation.

  • Safely stored: Store different raw materials in their respective storage areas, with daily recording of temperature and humidity to maintain optimal quality.

In-Process Quality Check                          

  • Intermediate inspections for each dosage form

  • Inspections include flavor, appearance, moisture/water activity, pH value, Brix, and particle size analysis.


In house or third-party analysis services   

  • Packaging specification standards 

  • Microbiological testing 

  • Shelf-life examination 

  • Sample retention

Sanitization and Personal Hygiene Controls

  • Regular hygiene and safety training for production personnel

  • Full-body change for production personnel with no exposed hair

  • Regular testing of personnel's hand hygiene

  • Periodic health checkups for personnel


Quality requirement implementation for machinery operations

  • Verify machine cleanliness and residue-free pipelines before production

  • Post-production cleaning followed by alcohol disinfection

  • All factory equipment uses stainless steel to prevent rust or mold

  • Regular equipment swab tests

Contamination and Cross Contamination Controls

  • Vector mosquito control facilities installed inside and at entry/exit points

  • Differentiating cleanliness levels in production areas and establishing buffer zones at entry and exit points.

  • Regularly outsourcing for disinfection procedures