The resources are intended to extend the life and quality of omega-3 supplements, the press release explains. Consumers are advised to store their omega-3 products in a cool, dark place, and to limit the products’ exposure to air. The guide notes that a mild fishy or briny smell is normal, and not a sign of issues with safety or efficacy.
The resources also guide consumers towards products manufactured by GOED member companies, which abide by the quality standards set forth in the GOED Voluntary Monograph.
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