NutraLife pivots to sanitizer production

David Salazar
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NutraLife Biosciences, maker of private label and branded nutraceutical and skin care products, is shifting its focus to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Coconut Creek, Fla.-based company is converting its nutraceutical bottle manufacturing operation to product sanitizer products. 

NutraLife said it is aiming to operate multiple shifts daily to produce the sanitizers and help curb the current shortage while also ensuring the safety of its employees. It currently is producing Eddie’s Clean Hands Sanitizing Spray, an alcohol-based product that includes aloe and glycerin to prevent dry skin and is scented with lavender oil. It can be applied to hands and surfaces. 

In order to manufacture the sanitizer products, NutraLife said it received a labeler code from the Food and Drug Administration and is ramping up production while meeting FDA guidelines about production, packaging, labeling and distribution of the products. 

NutraLife said it would develop alternate delivery methods, including gels and foaming sanitizers, to meet consumer demand. It currently sells the liquid spray in 2-oz. and 8-oz. bottles.