According to the regulations set by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a supplement label must include the name and place of business of the manufacturer, packer, or distributor. This includes providing a physical address. While an email address may be included as an additional means of contact, it cannot substitute a physical address.
The purpose of including a physical address is to provide consumers with a way to reach out to or locate the responsible party for the product.
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT YOU MUST USE YOUR COMPANY (BRAND) NAME ON THE PRODUCT LABELS, NO MATTER WHICH ADDRESS YOU USE.
If your business is registered at your home address and you don’t want to make it public on the supplement label, there are a few options you can consider:
Use a P.O. Box: You can obtain a P.O. Box from your local post office or a private mailbox provider. This way, you can use the P.O. Box address on the supplement label instead of your home address.
Use a virtual office address: Virtual office services provide businesses with a professional mailing address that can be used as the business address. These services often offer additional benefits like mail forwarding and receptionist services.
Use Supliful's warehouse address: This one is the least preferred, as according to all regulations, it must be your address on the label and not ours. So use it temporarily while you are registering your business only.
Also, there is more risk that your customer might find out about Supliful by Googling the address.
(Our warehouse address: Indiana Business Park, 14701 W. 65th Way, Suite 5
Arvada, CO 80004).
You should consult with legal and regulatory professionals to ensure compliance with local laws and regulations regarding supplement labeling and business address requirements in your specific jurisdiction.