Treatibles' Parent Company Receives NASC Quality Seal


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Auntie D’s Apothecary, parent company of Treatibles, earned the Quality Seal from the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC).

 

The NASC is an industry group dedicated to protecting and enhancing the health of companion animals and horses throughout the U.S. As part of its ongoing effort to improve and standardize the animal supplement industry, the NASC initiated its Quality Seal Program. The seal is a way for consumers to know that they’re buying a product from a reputable manufacturer that has successfully completed a facility audit.

 

“We understand the importance of compliance, especially in the CBD products for pets space,” said Julianna Carella, CEO and founder of Auntie D’s Apothecary. “The Quality Seal from NASC ensures our customers that our products are adhering to the stringent protocols set forth by the NASC with guidance from the FDA and FDA-CVM (Center for Veterinary Medicine).”

 

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