WASHINGTON The Council for Responsible Nutrition on Wednesday named three new voting members to its roster—Dow Chemical Company of Midland, Mich.; Lipid Nutrition of Channahon, Ill.; and NSA of Collierville, Tenn.
“As we support our mission to enhance and sustain a climate for the industry to responsibly market dietary supplements and dietary supplement ingredients, it is important that we continue to build our membership base with responsible companies,” stated Steve Mister, president and chief executive officer, CRN.
Dow Chemical Company provides chemical, plastic and agricultural products and services to many consumer markets, including the nutritional/supplement industry, for which Dow manufactures ingredients such as Fortefiber, a soluble dietary fiber.
Lipid Nutrition is a subsidiary of Loders Croklaan and focuses on creating scientifically-sound lipid ingredients, acting as a supplier for nutritional supplement and food companies.
And NSA’s concentration has been on marketing products that improve consumers’ health and well-being, including the company’s flagship brand Juice Plus+.