Salt Lake City, Utah
4Life executives announced that the company has broken ground on a new manufacturing facility last December 1, 2014. Construction will take nine or ten months. A ribbon-cutting is scheduled for next year at this time.
The new plant will give 4Life start-to-finish control over every step of the manufacturing process—which will include the batching, blending, encapsulating and packaging of primary 4Life Transfer Factor© products, including 4Life© Transfer Factor Plus© Tri-Factor© Formula, 4Life Transfer Factor© Tri-Factor© Formula, and 4Life Transfer Factor Renuvo©.
According to President and CEO Steve Tew: “The facility will adhere to strict current Good Manufacturing Practices as outlined by the Food and Drug Administration and will include state-of- the-art packaging, encapsulation, and blending equipment to ensure the highest level of product quality.”
Raw materials and finished goods will continue to be tested by 4Life scientists in laboratories built for that purpose.
Founder and Chairman of the Board David Lisonbee said: “Research remains integral to the products we manufacture. With sixteen years of experience, it makes sense that we control the manufacturing process for our distributors. This is how we guarantee quality and customer satisfaction.”
4Life has offices on five continents to serve a global network of independent distributors through science, success, and service.