Supplements FAQ

How do you ensure that Whole Foods Market and 365 Everyday Value Supplements meet the label specifications?

All Whole Foods Market and 365 Everyday Value Supplements are manufactured under the strictest guidelines for quality in the industry. We require our manufacturing facilities to be certified by Whole Foods Market approved 3rd party certifying agencies such as the NPA (Natural Products Association) and NSF (National Sanitary Foundation), for GMPs (Good manufacturing Practices). Our Private Label Quality Assurance team personally inspects all manufacturing facilities and works closely with the experts at these locations to ensure that only the highest quality raw materials are selected and used for all Whole Foods Market and 365 Everyday Value products.

We have strict specifications for every raw material, as well as ensuring that proper protocols are in place for finished product quality, purity, potency and identity.

What is the source of the gel caps? Are they animal based?

Unless otherwise noted on the label, all of the gel caps used for Whole Foods Market and 365 Everyday Value Supplements are derived from bovine. This deems them unsuitable for vegetarians. We do have a selection of completely vegetarian supplements. These are clearly labeled as vegetarian.

What is the difference between Whole Foods Market and 365 Everyday Value supplements?

While a majority of Whole Foods Market supplements are capsules, a majority of 365 Everyday Value Supplements are tablets. Tablets contain a higher concentration of the supplement(s) allowing the 365 Everyday Value Supplements to be offered at a more valued price. Both brands are manufactured under the strictest guidelines for quality.