Welcome to our blog.

Thru this blog, myself and my team hope to offer yoMt Bakeru a personal look into Priority One. We hope to bring together current topics, a look into manufacturing of nutritional supplements, and information about the beautiful area in which we live, the pacific northwest. We hope you enjoy.

Mission Statement
“Never trade your morals for your goals”

Our mission statement guides everything we do. We believe that those who compromise what they believe in to satisfy their goals will be dissatisfied with their accomplishments. Integrity brings satisfaction to both our clients and our family.

Priority One is a privately held company, founded and operated by the same family since 1988. We currently have three generations working together in the nutraceutical industry. We have not lost touch with you the health-care provider, and your patients. We are available to listen to you, and we value your thoughts.Vitamins

Many companies claim quality, but true quality requires continual action. Our full-service CGMP manufacturing facility is certified under 21 CRF Part III. We are a registered facility with the FDA and are certified by the State of Washington for dietary supplement manufacturing. We would also like to note that our manufacturing facility has been approved in over ten countries for dietary supplement manufacturing.

We truly care about holistic living and strive to support this way of life both professionally and personally. Priority One has been pleased to serve you since 1988! We look forward to many more years of providing you with the tools for optimum nutritional health.

Good health to you!

Danielle S. Baumgart, President
Priority One Nutritional Supplements Inc

Urgent Care for a Colleague


Dr. Andrea Patin ND, CG a graduate of SCNM and a previous student representative of Priority One has unfortunately experienced a setback in her life plans. Due to a genetic mutation that was not related to her diet and lifestyle she unexpectedly was rushed to the ER to find she need an immediate surgery with the result of a pacemaker.

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