Is your Tryptophan organic? Is it Kosher?

We know of no official standard that defines “organic” L-Tryptophan, so the term, when used, may be used very loosely. The molecule itself is an organic molecule, and there is nothing preventing a company from calling it “organic.” This may change. On the other hand, we can state that our L-Tryptophan is manufactured by natural fermentation, using non-GMO glucose as a substrate, and no animal products are used in the process. As a consequence, we are able to claim our product is officially Kosher and non-GMO.

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