CVS Pharmacy launches program
to certify vitamins and supplement ingredients

CVS PHARMACY has launched a program that requires vitamins and supplements that it sells to be tested by a third party to verify ingredients and fact labels, as well as to monitor for contaminants. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/CHRISTOPHER LEE
CVS PHARMACY has launched a program that requires vitamins and supplements that it sells to be tested by a third party to verify ingredients and fact labels, as well as to monitor for contaminants. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/CHRISTOPHER LEE
PROVIDENCE – CVS Pharmacy has launched a program that will require third-party testing of all vitamins and supplements sold in-store and online, CVS Health Corp. announced this week. The move is designed to confirm the accuracy of the dietary ingredients listed on the supplement facts panel and to confirm that products are free from certain…

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