The Protidiet product line consists of approximately 120 products and the ProtiLife line
includes 10 products (six in packets and four ready-to-eat bars).
Galaxy Fitness, a Ranaz subsidiary, also creates and markets its own Morph and Midget brands.
All of the Corporation’s products have common features, including flavours and tastes that meet market demands, a format tailored to the market, and quick and easy preparation, as well as scientific design and rigorous manufacturing standards.
The Corporation’s products are developed for optimal taste, which requires in-depth knowledge of product formulation using ingredients that meet the specifications stipulated by the various weight loss protocols. Each flavour is developed according to its target distribution country to enable it to assume a leadership position for quality and flavour. The resulting product is then submitted to a battery of tests to control quality, nutritional content and microbiological make-up, as well as to conduct sensory analysis (flavour, odour and texture).
The Corporation has very stringent product quality controls. In 1998, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food granted the Corporation a registration certificate, which has subsequently been renewed each year, facilitating export of its products worldwide. This registration certificate is granted under the Dairy Products Regulations, under the enabling statute, the Canada Agricultural Products Act. This regulation governs the granting conditions of the registration certificate. There are many rigorous conditions to be met. Without providing an exhaustive list, the registered establishment must not be near a pollution source, must have adequate pest control, must allow for proper drainage and must include a sufficient number of rooms to allow for the separation of incompatible operations. Since Canada is world-renowned for having rigorous standards for the registration of establishments, this reputation often serves as certification of compliance with the legislative framework for the food industry beyond Canada’s borders.