Some top rated companies that make vitamin supplements include Life Extension, USANA, Kirkland-Cotsco, Nature Made and Ester-C, according to ConsumerLab.com. Each year, ConsumerLab.com surveys the readers of its newsletter to rate vitamins and supplements. Along with brands and companies, the survey also rates the merchants of vitamins and supplements. Other companies that rate high on the list include Darwin-Trader Joe's, Douglas Labs, Barlean's and CVS. These ratings are based on overall consumer satisfaction.
These results are from the "2013 Survey of Vitamins and Supplement Users Report," says ConsumerLab.com. Along with comprehensive analyses, response results are analyzed in various categories according to age, gender and the amount of vitamins and supplements used. The report also solicits ratings for 32 specifics types of supplements.
Companies that rate high in these specific categories include Life Extension for its multivitamin and CoQ10 supplements, Puritan's Pride for calcium and Garden of Life for probiotics, reports ConsumerLab.com. For those seeking the most reliable merchants of vitamins, the report offers a comprehensive list in different categories. For example, the top-rated catalog and Internet merchant according to the report is Swanson, the top direct sales merchant Nutrilite, the top grocery store merchant Trader Joe's and the top mass market merchant Target. ConsumerLab.com also releases reports on the companies consumers consider the most popular.