Worldwide Product Certification

Celergen is not a drug but an advance food supplement manufactured to rigorous Pharmaceutical Grade Standards and approved by Swiss Federal Office of Public Health as well as many other reputable and prestigious institutions.

The Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) is part of the Federal Department of Home Affairs. Along with the cantons it is responsible for public health in Switzerland and for developing national health policy. As the national health authority, the FOPH also represents Switzerland’s interests in the field of health in international organisations and with respect to other countries.

Address: Federal Office of Public Health 3003 Berne

This is a health certificate from the Official Authorities of the Canton of St Gallen, Switzerland. This Swiss regulatory body is responsible for ensuring that the products are manufactured in accordance to Federal Food Regulations and that only unobjectionable raw materials that are fit and safe for human consumption are used in the process.
The Swiss Accreditation System was created as an efficient instrument for the promotion of a transparent and qualitatively high standing Swiss infrastructure of testing and conformity assessment bodies with international recognition. SAS services are tasked by the economy and governmental and cantonal institutions.
Banned Substances Control Group (BSCG) offers industry-leading dietary supplement certification and testing services to product manufacturers and raw material suppliers.

Products that are BSCG Certified Drug Free™ for Elite Athletes & Professionals have been certified to be free of banned substances above established thresholds minimizing drug testing risks for athletes and other elite professionals and safety concerns for general consumers.

Download List of Banned Substances for by BSCG Certification.

Good Manufacturing Practice regulations (GMPs) are used by pharmaceutical, medical device, and food manufacturers as they produce and test products that people use. In the United States, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued these regulations as the minimum requirements.
This guide regulates the accreditation procedure of inspection bodies according to the Ordinance on the Swiss Accreditation System and the Notification of Testing, Conformity Assessment, Registration and Matriculation Bodies of June 17, 1996 (Accreditation and Notification Ordinance, OAccD), according to the standards ISO/IEC 17020.
This certificate is issued from the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health which confirmed the following:

  • Celergen is in compliance with the legal requirements of Switzerland
  • Celergen can be sold “freely” in Switzerland
  • Celergen is fit for human consumption and not harmful to human health
  • The Company that produce Celergen has implemented a quality assurance system
HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) is the systematic preventative approach to food safety.

It addresses physical, chemical, and biological hazards as a means of prevention rather than finished product inspection.

This approach has significant benefits to organizations operating within the food supply chain as it enables them to determine key controls over processes and concentrate resources on activities that are critical to ensuring safe food.

The Environment Verifier, accredited by DAU/Deutsche Akkreditierungs – und Zulassungsgesellschaft fūr Umweltgutachter mbH (Bonn) for international certifications of environmental management systems.
Institute of Marketecology (IMO) provides reliable quality control services and certification of organic, eco-friendly and socially responsible products in compliance with the Swiss Organic Furming Ordinance and the Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91.
Environmental Management System (EMS) Under ISO 14001

ISO stands for the International Organization for Standardization, located in Geneva, Switzerland. ISO promotes the development and implementation of voluntary international standards, both for particular products and for environmental management issues. ISO 14000 refers to a series of voluntary standards in the environmental field under development by ISO. Included in the ISO 14000 series are the ISO 14001 EMS Standard and other standards in fields such as environmental auditing, environmental performance evaluation, environmental labeling, and life-cycle assessment.

The Institut Musulman de la Mosquée de Paris certifies products produced in accordance with the Islamic requirements and under his control.
Source of Marine DNA Extracts – French Sanitation Approval Number:
FR 62 667 123 and FR 62 667 125 in accordance with
Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament