Vitamin C should be manufactured by an FDA approved factory. It should always be manufactured to British, American & European Pharmacopoeias. Country of origin has no bearing whatsoever on the product, providing it meets this criteria.
Sometimes the public are misled into believing that there is “a better or purer” form of Vitamin C than what we have just mentioned. This is absolutely impossible and is usually said by small unregistered companies looking to make huge profits from vulnerable people. We regularly see companies selling Vitamin C powder at ridiculously highly inflated prices, for a product which is the same as ours or inferior to ours. There are numerous bogus companies making false claims and huge profits.
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One such bogus company calls itself the vitamin c foundation from the he USA, the FDA would never allow a company to make the claims that they make. It is absolutely horrendous and they should be locked up.
I have just had a look at the Vitamin C Foundation website… I found it informative with various articles about vitamin C… what did you find bogus about it and why should the FDA shut it down?…
DO NOT BUY FROM A COMPANY WHO GO THE NAME OF THE VITAMIN C FOUNDATION.
THE VITAMIN C FOUNDATION IS NOT A REAL COMPANY AND IS NOT FDA APPROVED.
PLEASE DO NOT BELIEVE THEIR LUDICROUS CLAIMS ABOUT VITAMIN C IN GENERAL OR EVEN THE QUALITY OF THEIR VITAMIN C
IN SHORT THE VITAMIN C FOUNDATION DOES NOT EXIST AND IS NOT A CHARITY
The Vitamin C Foundation is Reseller of Vitamin C. Not a manufacturer. Their claims about the therapeutic uses of Vitamin C in their forum has nothing to do with the quality of the Vitamin C they sell.
I would agree with that but it shows you what sort of company they are. I do know that it isn’t FDA approved though.
There is no such brands as what the vitamin c foundation sell, the brands they sell do not exist anywhere else other than on their own website. Standard vitamin c re-labeled and sold at HUGE mark ups. Do some research and you will see. Nor are they a charity.
I actually though that the vitamin c foundation website had been closed down by the FDA
From reading the comments left on here I have just had a look at the Vitamin C Foundation website… I found it informative with various articles about vitamin C, all scientifically verifiable… what do you people find bogus about this website and why should the FDA shut it down?…