Sisel Ingredients

Last Updated on January 16, 2023 by Katie Sisel Distributor

Sisel Ingredients

Sisel Ingredients – What makes them different?

Sisel ingredients are sourced from reputable suppliers and vetted. Sisel ingredients are processed and mixed together by SupraNaturals. SupraNaturals is located next door to the Sisel Customer Service Centre and offices.

Sisel’s manufacturing facility SupraNaturals is a certified GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) manufacturer. This is a sign of Sisel’s commitment to quality and safety when it comes to producing nutritional supplements.

GMP certification is given by regulatory bodies to companies that follow strict guidelines for manufacturing, testing, and record-keeping. These guidelines ensure that supplements are made consistently and to high standards, with a focus on ingredient purity and product safety.

To become certified, a company must open its doors to regular inspections by a third-party organisation. These inspections check that facilities meet GMP standards and that the company is following good manufacturing practices. This includes proper sanitation and cleanliness, strict controls on ingredients and finished products, and detailed record-keeping.

GMP certification is important for consumers because it ensures that supplements are made to a consistent standard and with a focus on safety. It also helps to protect consumers from potentially harmful products, as companies with GMP certification are held accountable for their manufacturing processes.

When a company is GMP certified, consumers can trust that the supplements they are buying have been made with care and attention to detail. It’s a sign that Sisel is committed to producing high-quality products, and that they take the safety of their customers seriously.

In short, GMP certification for nutritional supplement manufacturers is a way to guarantee that the products are made according to rigorous standards of quality and safety and that Sisel is committed to producing safe and high-quality supplements for consumers.

Organoleptic testing of Sisel Ingredients

Organoleptic testing is a method of evaluating the physical, chemical, and sensory characteristics of a product through the use of the senses, such as sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. This type of testing is commonly used in the food and beverage industry, as well as in the production of other consumer goods, such as cosmetics and personal care products.

During organoleptic testing, a trained evaluator will examine the product for visual characteristics, such as colour and consistency, and may also use their sense of smell and taste to evaluate the product’s aroma and flavour. They may also assess the product’s texture and mouthfeel.

Organoleptic testing is an important step in the quality control process as it can detect any defects or inconsistencies in a product that may not be found through other means of testing. For example, a batch of food that may have passed all chemical and microbiological testing may still be rejected if it does not meet the desired sensory characteristics.

It is also used to evaluate the quality of Sisel’s raw materials, Sisel ingredients and finished products.

Organoleptic testing is a subjective method of evaluation, as it relies on the sensory perception of the evaluator, but it is considered an important tool in the quality control process, as it can provide valuable information about the product’s appearance, aroma, taste, texture and overall acceptability.

Physical product testing and Sisel Ingredients

Physical product testing is a process of evaluating the physical properties of a product. This type of testing is commonly used in the food and beverage industry, as well as in the production of other consumer goods, such as cosmetics and personal care products.

 The viscosity of Sisel ingredients

One important aspect of physical product testing is the viscosity of ingredients. Viscosity is a measure of a product’s thickness or flowability. This can be important for products such as shampoos, syrups, and lotions, as viscosity can affect a product’s usability and shelf life.

Another important aspect of physical product testing is moisture. Moisture content can affect the stability and shelf life of a product. This can be tested by using a moisture analyzer, which can measure the amount of water present in a product.

Gravity of Sisel Powders and Liquids

Specific gravity is another aspect of physical product testing. Specific gravity is a measure of a product’s density. This can be important for products such as powders and liquids, as it can affect the weight and packing of the product.

pH of Sisel Ingredients

pH is also an important aspect of physical product testing. pH is a measure of a product’s acidity or basicity. This can be important for products such as food and skin care, as pH can affect the stability and shelf life of a product.

Heavy metals

Heavy metals testing is also an important aspect of physical product testing. Heavy metals, such as lead and mercury, can be harmful to human health if present in excessive amounts. All Sisel Ingredients are tested for contamination including the presence hof harmful heave metals. If heavy metals are found in ingredients they are used in Sisel products.

In short, physical product testing is a process that evaluates the properties of a product and it’s ingredients. This includes viscosity, moisture, specific gravity, pH and heavy metals, to ensure that the product is safe and suitable for its intended use.

ATP environmental testing

ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) environmental testing is a method of measuring the level of ATP in a particular environment. ATP is a molecule that provides energy for living cells, and it is present in all living organisms. The level of ATP in an environment can indicate the presence of bacteria, mold, and other microorganisms.

ATP testing is commonly used where cleanliness and sanitation are important.

During ATP testing, a sample is taken from a specific area, such as a surface or piece of equipment. The sample is then processed using an ATP meter, which measures the level of ATP present in the sample.

High levels of ATP can indicate the presence of microorganisms, such as bacteria and mold, which can be harmful to human health. This can lead to product spoilage and other issues. Low levels of ATP, on the other hand, can indicate that an environment is clean and free from harmful microorganisms.

ATP testing is an important tool for monitoring the cleanliness and sanitation of an environment. It can help to identify potential problem areas and ensure that appropriate steps are taken to maintain a safe and healthy environment.

In short, ATP environmental testing is a method of measuring the level of ATP in a particular environment, to indicate the presence of microorganisms such as bacteria and mould, and to ensure that the environment is clean and free from harmful microorganisms.

Another important step in testing Sisel Ingredients and producing the Sisel line of products. 

Pack Compatitlibity 

Package compatibility is the ability of a product and its packaging to interact without affecting the product’s quality, safety or performance. It is important to ensure that the packaging materials used will not react with the product, or cause any changes in the physical, chemical or organoleptic properties of the product.

This is important when making Sisel products, as it is important to ensure that chemicals are not leached from the packing into the product that contaminate Sisel ingredients. 

The process of package compatibility testing involves exposing the product to different types of packaging materials and conditions, such as high and low temperatures, humidity, and light. This helps to identify any potential issues that may arise during storage or transportation.

For example, a product packaged in a plastic bag may not be compatible with high temperatures, as the plastic may melt and contaminate the food. Similarly, a skincare product packaged in a glass bottle may not be compatible with a high-humidity environment, as the moisture may cause the product to spoil or change consistency.

Package compatibility testing is important to ensure that the Sisel products will remain safe and of high quality throughout their shelf life, regardless of the conditions they may be exposed to during storage and transportation. It also helps to ensure that the packaging will not affect Sisel product’s performance or functionality.

In short, package compatibility is the ability of a product and its packaging to interact without affecting the product’s quality, safety or performance, and it is important to ensure that the packaging materials used will not react with the product, or cause any changes in the physical, chemical or organoleptic properties of the product.

 Filling Rooms

Each filling room is HEPA-filtered and climate controlled. This protects against cross-contamination and maintains the highest level of sanitation when combining Sisel ingredients to make the end product. Sisel maintains stable temperatures and humidity levels designed to manufacture products at the highest quality level.

Climate-Controlled Warehouse for Raw Sisel Ingredients

All Sisel ingredients are stored in an air-conditioned warehouse separate from components or finished goods, this provides stability and freshness of ingredients.

On-site Refrigerated Storage

Sisel has over 20,000sq ft of on-site raw material refrigerated/frozen storage at their SupraNaturals facility. This helps Sisel ingredients to maintain quality and freshness. 

Sisel Ingredients in each product

If you are searching for the Sisel Ingredients in each product you can check the related Sisel Product Fact Sheet. 

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