CK Nutritional Ingredients Introduces New Director of Sales

Toronto, Canada-based CK Nutritional Ingredients is very pleased to welcome James Bornhold as its new Director of Sales. Mr. Bornhold will be responsible for developing the Canadian market for CK's impressive range of proprietary, evidence-based nutraceutical raw materials. He comes to CK Nutritional Ingredients after three successful years as Director of International Sales at Jamieson Laboratories.

Michael Chernyak, Managing Director of CK Nutritional Ingredients, states "Jim Bornhold is a highly talented senior sales executive with an outstanding track record of success. We expect that Jim will have an immediate and significant impact on our business, and he will undoubtedly play an integral role in establishing us as the pre-eminent Canadian supplier of unique and innovative science-based nutraceutical raw materials." Mr. Bornhold adds "CK Nutritional Ingredients is a dynamic.
well-managed and highly entrepreneurial organization that has amassed an impressive line of trademarked nutraceutical ingredients. I am very excited with the prospect of being a major contributor to the company's ambitious growth plans."

Mr. Bornhold will officially join the CK team on March 2nd. He looks forward to assisting manufacturers and marketers in developing safe, effective and regulatory-compliant nutritional supplements that are demanded by the Canadian natural health products marketplace. He can be reached starting March 2nd at 905-760-1176, Ext. 223 or [email protected].

About CK Nutritional Ingredients

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, CK Nutritional Ingredients is a wholly-owned division of C.K. Foods Inc. is a trusted supplier of innovative, value-added raw materials to Canadian food, beverage and human nutrition markets. For additional information please contact Michael Chernyak, Manager Director, at Tel: 905-760-1176, Ext. 222, or e-mail [email protected].

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