Join our community of aloe vera industry leaders

The International Aloe Science Council (IASC) is a not-for-profit trade organization for the aloe vera industry. Aloe growers, processors, finished goods manufacturers, marketing companies, insurance companies, testing laboratories, consultants, physicians, scientists and researchers are all eligible for membership in IASC. Member companies are based in the Americas, the European Union, Asia, and the South Pacific. The common bond between this diverse group of entities is the shared interest in researching the science of the aloe vera plant and promoting its use in dietary supplements, skin care products, beverages, and a wide variety of other products. The IASC provides the forum for establishing and sharing best practices in the aloe business community, as well as creating common standards for the aloe vera marketplace. 

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Here are a few of the many important reasons to consider IASC membership:

  • Your company becomes part of the global aloe vera community and you can engage in an active role in its future direction.
  • Your company can gain credibility by participating in the IASC certification programs.
  • You can expand your connections by leveraging our international member network.
  • You have access to members-only news and information.
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IASC US Company Annual Dues

IASC US Company Annual Dues are determined by annual aloe sales revenues according to the following chart:


ANNUAL COMPANY ALOE SALES DUES
< $500,000 $1,100
$500,000 to $1 million $1,200
$1 million to $5 million $1,800
$5 million to $10 million $3,000
$10 million to $25 million $4,000
$25 million to $50 million $7,000
$50 million to $100 million $10,000
> $100 million $15,000
Associate membership $250
International membership $1,100

IASC Membership Categories

Active Members are entities (individual, sole proprietor, partnership, corporation (and its subsidiaries & subdivisions), or other business firm) whose activities to a significant extent involve the growing, supplying, processing, manufacturing, marketing, or sale of aloe or aloe products.

Associate Members are entities (individual, sole proprietor, partnership, corporation (and its subsidiaries & subdivisions), or other business firm) not directly engaged in, but that serve the aloe industry. This membership category includes, but is not limited to: researchers, educators, consultants, attorneys, healthcare professionals, and the media. An entity that is eligible to be an Active Member may not join the IASC as an Associate Member.