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WASHINGTON — The Council for Responsible Nutrition on Wednesday announced the addition of six new members: Chr. Hansen, Cyvex Nutrition, Dicentra, InterHealth Nutraceuticals, Nature’s Gifts, and Neptune Technologies and Bioressources.
Chr. Hansen is a developer of natural ingredient solutions for the food, pharmaceutical, nutritional and agricultural industries. With U.S. offices in Milwaukee, Wis., the company is best known for its probiotics, dairy enzymes and natural colors.
Cyvex Nutrition, a subsidiary of nutritional ingredient company Omega Protein Corporation, is a supplier of standardized and branded ingredients to the dietary supplement and food industries. The firm’s signature branded ingredients include Bio Vin–Full Spectrum Grape Extract, Bio Vinca–Vinpocetine and Berry Vin–High ORAC berries.
Dicentra provides regulatory services within the natural health product, dietary supplement, food, beverage, cosmetic and OTC industries.
InterHealth Nutraceuticals is a manufacturer, marketer and distributor of specialty and proprietary nutritional ingredients for use in dietary supplements and nutraceutical foods and beverages. InterHealth focuses on providing products for cardiovascular health, blood sugar control, joint health and weight management.
Nature’s Gifts is a provider of premium vitamins and nutritional supplements.
Neptune Technologies & Bioressources works in the development and commercialization of krill extracts with health benefits for cardiovascular, cognitive, joint and women’s health.