Established in 1981, Nature’s Best is a supplement company based in Tunbridge Wells, Kent (United Kingdom). It’s registered name is Nature’s Best Health Products Limited.
The company stakes a claim to be one of the UK’s first companies to sell “high quality nutritional supplements” directly to the public.
So what makes Nature’s Best different from other supplement companies in the UK or anywhere else? Well, on the “Ethics” page on the brand website, the people behind Nature’s Best say they only sell products backed by “solid science”.
The brand also refuses to use endangered herbs in any of its products, and remains committed to “honest and clear labelling”. As a result, it “accurately describes all the ingredients on its labels in line with UK regulations.
Where possible, Nature’s Best uses “pharmaceutical grades” of its raw ingredients, with “tightly defined specifications” for potency and purity. To prevent contamination, the company uses chemical analysis to ensure heavy metals, GMOs, antibiotics and other toxins are either “absent” or safely “below the permitted levels”.
The brand website states that all Nature’s Best products are made in the UK to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). It even says it was the first mail order supplement company to “insist on GMP as standard”.
The website also goes on to describe Nature’s Best as the first brand of its kind to “insist on film coating” to make its tablets “easier and safer to swallow”. Meanwhile, the Nature’s Best team formulates and tests its tablets to ensure they are digested with greater ease.
The company also puts its raw-material suppliers through a strict auditing process. This includes multiple site visits and rigorous tests to help determine whether they meet the required standards.
Nature’s Best makes and sell a wide range of supplements. These include everything from protein powder to wholefoods and fish oils, as well as products designed to support heart health and improve memory.