Cyvex Nutrition Hires Technical Services Manager

Cyvex Nutrition has confirmed the appointment of Ginger Jinjarak as its Technical Services Manager. Jinjarak brings to Cyvex five years of direct lab management experience and will lead the company's continuing efforts to ensure adherence to strict standard operating procedures, assist in research and development of new products, and perform testing on new and existing ingredients.

Prior to joining Cyvex, Jinjarak held several positions in quality control and assurance at premium cheese manufacturer Cacique, Inc., most recently serving as SQF Practitioner. She holds a master's degree in Agriculture and Food Science from CaliforniaPolytechnicStateUniversity, San Luis Obispo and a bachelor's in Food Science from the University of California, Davis.

"Ginger offers a wealth of technical knowledge and an excellent understanding of sound manufacturing practices. Her experience in the food and agricultural industries will help further Cyvex's ongoing commitment to provide our customers with safe, effective and premium-quality ingredients derived from fruit, vegetable and plant sources," noted Matt Phillips, President of Cyvex Nutrition.

About Cyvex Nutrition:

Cyvex Nutrition, headquartered in Irvine, Calif., is a leading provider of proprietary, condition-specific ingredients to the nutraceutical industry for over 25 years. The company has re-engineered the antioxidant category with its extensive portfolio of offerings that includes BioVinR, BioVin Advanced, Euro Black Currant and PomActivTM to name a few. Every Cyvex Nutrition ingredient is guaranteed by the company's exclusive NutriPrintR quality assurance system, which includes identity testing of incoming raw materials through FT-NIR, third-party certification by independent laboratories for active ingredients, microbiology, heavy metals and pesticide and solvent residue when applicable. For more information visit

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