Natural product company news - Week of October 4, 2015

Natural product company news - Week of October 4, 2015

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including a new product from Metagenics and a new manufacturing facility for DDW.

Metagenics Inc., a nutrigenomics and lifestyle medicine company focused on improving health, announced the launch of OmegaGenics SPM Active, a nutritional supplement with specialized pro-resolving mediators designed to help support the resolution of the immune response—a natural response to tissue challenges from cellular damage, unhealthy diets and lifestyles.

The Sustainable Fisheries Partnerships has given Aker BioMarine an "A" rating in the 2015 Reduction Fisheries Sustainability Overview. SFP is a young, dynamic, business-focused NGO that is helping to reshape the world of corporate responsibility by allowing companies to directly engage with suppliers of natural resources.

USA-based Welch’s gears up to launch its Concord grape juice concentrate on the European mainland for the first time.

New Global Energy Inc. says it's preparing to plant an additional 46 acres of Moringa trees at its Mecca, Calif., farm. Moringa is a key ingredient in New Global's proprietary fish feed formula that is a cornerstone of its sustainable fish farm in California's Coachella Valley. In response to growing consumer demand for healthy seafood, New Global's fish formula is free of GMOs, antibiotics and chemicals and includes the perfect blend of the superfood Moringa, nutrient rich algae and proprietary blend of other ingredients.

Developed for adults and children ages four years and older, Ester-C's new Immune CHARGE Gummies are gluten-free, made with all-natural colors and flavors and provide the patented Ester-C immune health formula that families trust.

DDW “The Color House” is delighted to announce the opening of its second site in Louisville for manufacturing specialty colorings for leading food and beverage companies in North America.

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