Quality at every step of the supply chain is critical in bringing premium products to the market. Constantly improving its manufacturing processes to incorporate new technologies, RBK Nutraceuticals delivers high-quality supplements that offer maximum health benefits to customers. RBK introduced its first health supplement under the Mothernest brand in 1997. This was distributed in prestigious department stores in South Korea including Lotte, Hyundai and Samsung Plaza. As Mothernest gained success with Asian tourists through sales on Korean Air and Asiana Airlines flights, RBK expanded its product line, introducing True Blue, Kiwi Harvest and Blue Gum. Blue Gum is exclusively distributed in Duty Free shops globally, including Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia and North America. The company's meticulous attention to quality has established it as a premium brand in health supplements. "We offer what the market needs but with high-quality and high-potency capsules," says David Mumford, RBK sales and marketing director. "We do not sacrifice quality to lower prices or market inferior products." Every RBK product complies with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration's (TGA) standards, among the world's strictest in manufacturing health supplements. Leveraging its packaging and manufacturing prowess, RBK has obtained a TGA licence for the new state-of-the-art packaging facility from which it offers contract packing for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). In addition to managing TGA issues and restrictions, the modest size of the operation allows the company to handle unique requests and package items which require special detail. RBK can also draw upon its success with the most discerning international customers to assist businesses looking to sell brands in new markets. "Our attention to detail sets us apart from other companies offering OEM services," Mumford says. "We can offer our customers their own brand with the same service, the same quality and the same assistance that we've provided to RBK's brands."