Sustainability: Sourcing Sustainability: Sourcing

Committed to Sustainable Sourcing

In keeping with our commitment to evolve towards greater transparency, we travel the globe to identify and build relationships with supplier partners who share our commitment to sustainable sourcing. Knowing our suppliers and the origins of their crops helps us uphold a supply chain that is both socially responsible and environmentally conscious. This continual and complex process reflects our intention to honor planetary and human well being through our business practices.

Below are New Chapter’s standards for ethical sourcing:

Organic and Sustainable Agriculture

Environmental and ecological sustainability are integrally related to social welfare. Proper protection and fostering of the environment is imperative to ensuring that current and future generations continue to have access to the natural resources necessary for a good quality of life.

Raw materials are sourced in a way that ensures the ability of future generations to benefit from the bounty of these natural resources. Protection is also given to the local people for use of their own native assets. Favor is given to organically grown or wild crafted materials.

Welfare of People

It is our belief that a product intended to heal must be a healing force for every member of the supply chain. The healing vitality that a person receives from taking New Chapter product is directly representative of the energy given at the early start of our product development. Be it the way of the committed members of our team at our headquarters in Vermont or the steadfast workers harvesting in fields and mountains all over the world, that energy is transferred into every bottle.

Throughout our supply chain, from Vermont to India, it is our intention to engage partner’s whose workers are treated with respect and provided with working conditions that are safe, healthy and balanced.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.