Albion names Doctor's Best Customer of the Year

Albion names Doctor's Best Customer of the Year

Doctor's Best produces High Absorption Magnesium with Albion’s unique Magnesium Lysinate Glycinate Chelate.

Albion Human Nutrition®, premier manufacturer of mineral amino acid chelates, is pleased to announce that Doctor’s Best has been selected as Albion’s 2014 Customer of the Year. This award was presented on Jan. 22, 2015 in San Clemente, Calif., to CEO Gale Bensussen, COO Tom Lomax and supply chain manager Katie Lowerison.

Doctor's Best is recognized in the nutrition industry for offering science-based products with the highest quality raw materials available on the market. Known for its well-tolerated “High Absorption Magnesium,” Doctor's Best produces the formula with Albion’s unique Magnesium Lysinate Glycinate Chelate, which is chelated with both lysine and glycine.

“We’re extremely pleased with the selection of Doctor’s Best for this award,” said Bryan Donaldson, director of sales for Albion’s Human Nutrition division. “They are a valuable partner to Albion, and we are looking forward to expanding our relationship. Doctor’s Best is Albion’s third largest domestic customer and sixth largest global customer, and their sales volume has increased dramatically from 2013.”

Mr. Lomax said, “Doctor’s Best is proud of the long relationship we have had with Albion Minerals. Our founder, Ken Halvorsrude, chose Albion’s Magnesium Lysinate Glycinate Chelate as one of our earliest products for Doctor’s Best because then as now, we sell science-based products that work, and Albion represents the highest quality chelated magnesium on the market. We want to thank Albion for their leadership in the industry and their dedication to quality and science. We are honored to have been selected as their Customer of the Year.”


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