C.K. Foods Inc. Launches Nutritional Ingredients Division, Unveils New Logo

Toronto, Canada based C.K. Foods Inc. is pleased to announce the recent launch of CK Nutritional Ingredients. Operating as a wholly-owned division of C.K. Foods Inc., CK Nutritional Ingredients will market, sell, warehouse and distribute a range of branded, proprietary nutraceutical ingredients to the Canadian dietary supplement and natural health products industry. The current corporate website is being revamped to reflect the new division, and CK Nutritional Ingredients has completed the development of its new corporate logo.

Michael Chernyak, General Manager of C.K. Foods Inc. and also heading up the nutritional ingredients division, remarks, “There has been an increased focus on health and wellness as relates to product development in our food and beverage business. This new direction prompted us to seek out partnerships with premier suppliers of nutritional ingredients, offering us access to innovative nutraceutical compounds with proven efficacy. Our entry into dietary supplement and natural health product markets was a logical extension of this shift in our food and beverage business. The launch of CK Nutritional Ingredients demonstrates our commitment to serving the Canadian dietary supplement manufacturers with industry-leading nutraceutical compounds.”

CK Nutritional Ingredients will commence with the official introduction of its initial range of innovative nutraceutical ingredients in several weeks time.

About C.K. Foods Inc.

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, C.K. Foods Inc. is a well-established supplier of innovative, value-added raw materials to Canadian food, beverage and human nutrition markets. For additional information please contact Michael Chernyak, General Manager, at Tel: 905-760-1176, Ext. 222, or [email protected].

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