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Trophic Canada Products

Trophic is a Canadian company founded in 1967 by Al Smith, a doctor of Naturopathy who later became the first national president of the CFHA (the Canadian Health Food Dealers Association). Today they pride themselves on being one of Canada’s largest health and dietary supplement manufacturers and on the quality and purity of their science backed products. Their manufacturing procedures meet or exceed the “Good Manufacturing Practices” guidelines set out in the Natural Health Products Directorate by Health Canada. Trophic’s mission is, and always has been, to provide Canadians with premium-quality, natural nutritional supplements, as close to nature as possible, at an affordable price. Our most popular Trophic products include Trophic Chelazome Magnesium Capsules, Trophic Borage Seed Oil and Trophic Full Spectrum Saw Palmetto.

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