Puritans Pride Review [Updated]

Founded in 1973, Puritan’s Pride was established to provide customers with quality vitamins, caring service, and value pricing. They’ve grown and thrived for more than 40 years because one thing has never changed: their mission to make the highest quality nutritional supplements available at the best value. Their scientifically formulated vitamins, supplements, and minerals are tested or inspected as many as 15 times throughout the manufacturing process. This ensures that their products are pure and potent as well as consistent. They control all stages of our product development. Being self-reliant ensures that our high standards are maintained throughout the process—from sourcing to manufacturing to packaging to distribution. The FDA regulates vitamins and supplements closely.

At Puritan’s Pride, standards are just as high—or higher. Their customers put those requirements on them even before regulations required them. Puritan’s Pride has a close working relationship with the Council for Responsible Nutrition. It’s another way they stay ahead of what our present – and future – customers demand and expect from their products. As pioneers in their industry, they’ve seen a lot. They understand that trends, preferences, and customer expectations are ever-changing. We also know that our response to those demands must be swift and decisive, but should never come at the expense of our core values. At Puritan’s Pride, innovation is about taking real action and demanding real results—results that make life healthier, better and easier for our customers. They also have more than 3,000 products that fit into a wide range of wellness categories, including aromatherapy hair, face and body care, sports supplements and much more.

Puritan’s Pride, Inc. manufactures vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other nutritional supplements. Its product categories include acai, acidophilus/probiotics, alpha lipoic, amino acid supplements, antioxidants, aromatherapy, B-12/B-complex/C/D/E vitamins, biotin, calcium/magnesium, cinnamon, coenzyme Q-10, coffee and tea, digestive health, fish oil, flaxseed oil, garlic, glucosamine/chondroitin, hair care, health and beauty, snacks, herbal supplements, joint support, L-carnitine, lutein, melatonin, vitamins for men and women, multivitamins, organic, ketones, resveratrol, skincare, sports nutrition, turmeric, weight management, and zinc. The company sells its products in the United States, Australia, Austria, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. It serves customers directly and online. The company was founded in 1960 and is based in Oakdale, New York with manufacturing facilities in the United States. Puritan’s Pride, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of NBTY, Inc.

Puritan’s Pride offers some great deals on vitamins, supplements, nutritional products.  They guarantee their products.  You just have to know what you’re looking for. Some of the reviews include:

  1. I’m a home remedy geek.  Like I believe in using ginger, turmeric, garlic, and fruits when it comes to colds but for other vitamin needs I have to use the multis and conjure up a mix and match of pills, powder, or jars. I’m able to find these needs with Puritan’s Pride.  I take or use the ACE B’s – vitamins A, C, E, and B3, B12.  Also beneficial fish oils, the omegas and collagen formulas that work well with vitamin C.  Iron supplements consumed with vitamin C also makes it more effective.  They carry collagen in powder form so it can be mixed with your juice, smoothies, coffee.
  2. Cheap products, nice phone assistance but they don’t adequately train their phone After 3 calls on different days, hoping to straighten out our PP account doing it online isn’t effective, we’re still receiving packages to the wrong address. In addition, after each call we’ve received a phone call back to correct something. Like I said, cheap products, nice people but they need better training.
  3. Puritan’s Pride has good prices and quality vitamins. They have good sales and selection. The website is very easy to shop and find specific items. I feel good when I take these vitamins. The checkout does not reflect discounts, sometimes. Their customer service is a little slow, so they may need more employees. I have been a customer for around ten years and have had no problems with my orders or the company. Deliveries of orders are made in a reasonable time. I have good lab results, so they’re probably helping.
  4. Puritan’s Pride has been around for over 40 years. They offer free shipping for online orders, and they offer specials. The items are place where you can easily see them and the payment methods allow cash, credit, or PayPal. On the other hand, they could update the product they sell. They need to offer newer products that is new to the market, the selection was outdated (could use a face-lifted). I think that they should offer free shipping on more of their items. The service is on point, they respond to my questions in a timely manner, and the shipping schedule is flexible.

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