Cyvex Nutrition and U.K-based CPC Ingredients Converge for Cocoa

Partnership names Cyvex exclusive North American sales and marketer
For CocoaNol™ dietary supplement ingredient

IRVINE, CA – CPC Ingredients of the United Kingdom has appointed Cyvex Nutrition, Inc. as its exclusive North American distributor of CocoaNol™, cocoa polyphenols for use in dietary supplements.

CocoaNol™ is a proprietary extract from selected varieties of GMO-free, fermented cocoa beans, with a minimum of 20% total polyphenols, of which at least 25% are monomers, dimers and trimers. Research on cocoa polyphenols supports its value as an ingredient in cardiovascular supplements.

Albert Zumbe, PhD, Msc, Bsc, founder and owner of CPC Ingredients is a renowned food scientist with extensive experience in cocoa and chocolate technology and holder of several patents. “We selected Cyvex Nutrition as our North American partner for its 23 years history in developing and sustaining innovative branded nutraceutical ingredients used in dietary supplements, such as Biovin®, BioVinca®, AvoVida® and PomActiv™. Their staff is dedicated to the success of its portfolio.” Cyvex Nutrition has proven the superior quality of their ingredients with recent GMP certification and NutriPrint™ testing methodology, unique in the industry.”

About Cyvex Nutrition, Inc.
Entering its 23rd year, Cyvex Nutrition, Inc., has become a leader in the supply of superior quality, innovative, proprietary antioxidants and other influential nutraceuticals for the dietary supplement and functional foods industry. Cyvex has firmly established itself as a resourceful supply-chain partner that provides ancillary services such as NutriPrint™ quality assurance testing, marketing and formulation assistance.

About CPC Ingredients
CPC Ingredients is a marketing name used by The Chocolate Powder Company, Ltd. which is a UK registered company.

Contact: Charlene Lee
EVP/ General Manager
(949) 622-9030

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