Sunrider spokesman Michael Clapier said the company is still strong, despite recent troubles.

"Nutrien accounts for only about 20 percent of our sales. We have recommended our customers use other combinations of herbs to get similar health benefits, so it's been more of a shift in sales than a loss of sales."Clapier said Sunrider has 60 products that never have had their quality questioned. He said Sunrider hopes to market a replacement product for Nutrien by June 1.