Salt Lake City, Utah (December 1, 2015) Today, 4Life General Managers from around the world gathered for a ribbon-cutting at the new 4Life manufacturing facility in Vineyard, Utah. The facility will adhere to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) as outlined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and includes state-of-the-art packaging, encapsulation, and blending equipment to ensure the highest level of product quality. 4Life broke ground on the new manufacturing facility in December 2014 in order to meet the needs of its expanding global business. President & CEO Steve Tew: “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.” Raw materials and finished goods will continue to be tested by 4Life scientists in the company’s analytical laboratory. The new facility will include manufacturing of 4Life® Transfer Factor Plus® Tri-Factor® Formula, 4Life Transfer Factor® Tri-Factor® Formula, and Renuvo®. “As an industry leader in the science of supplementation, our new manufacturing facility will guarantee quality and customer satisfaction for years to come,” said Founder David Lisonbee from Brazil. 4Life runs its own manufacturing facility and oversees each step of the manufacturing process. This includes, but is not limited to, batching, blending, encapsulating, and packaging. The identity of each ingredient is tested and verified prior to use. Each raw material and finished product is tested to ensure it is free of contaminants and other adulterants. Every ingredient goes through a strict list of strength and potency testing to ensure specifications are met. Each batch is manufactured according to the product specification guidelines and formulation. To learn even more about the 4Life manufacturing and quality process, watch the video.