Photo: 4Life executives, general managers, and special guests gathered for the opening of the company’s new manufacturing facility.
4Life Research has expanded its production capabilities with the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Vineyard, Utah.
After breaking ground on the site in December 2014, the health and wellness company opened the new facility during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday. 4Life has outfitted the space with state-of-the-art equipment that will enable the company to continue adhering to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). The company’s quality assurance team also tests raw materials and finished goods at an existing analytical laboratory.
“The completion of this facility gives us start-to-finish control over every step of the manufacturing process, including the batching, blending, encapsulation and packaging of most 4Life Transfer Factor products,” company President and CEO Steve Tew said in a statement.
Building upon Transfer Factor, its flagship immune support product, 4Life has developed a range of nutrition, weight-management and animal health products. The Salt Lake City-based company earned the No. 49 spot on this year’s DSN Global 100 with 2014 revenue of $332 million, up from $300 million in 2013.