Continuing to expand, Novel Ingredient Services adds to sales team

Los Angeles, CA- April, 2006- Novel Ingredient Services has added two new account managers to their sales team. This announcement adds to a long string of additions and expansions that indicate the company is experiencing continued growth. Fred Mosier and Eddie Horn will focus on serving the growing needs of food manufacturers looking for quality botanical and unique nutritional ingredients. Each will handle their own list of accounts and work from their regional offices.

Fred Mosier comes to Novel with over 30 years of experience in the food industry. Working in a variety of disciplines, including product development, R&D, sales and marketing, Fred has a keen understanding for the entire process it takes to get a product to market. Fred and his wife, Wendy, have two children- Mallory, age 20, and Sam, age 18, and reside in the western Chicago suburb of St. Charles, Illinois.

Eddie Horn has worked in a variety of sales positions over the years and has developed an extensive network of contacts throughout the natural products industry. He was a sales representative for the National Enzyme Company before starting his own business in 2002. By joining the Novel team, Mr. Horn will add a great deal of experience, business knowledge and personal service to the growing salesforce. Eddie and his wife reside in the picturesque town of Ava, Missouri.

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Novel Ingredient Services is a preferred supplier of botanical and nutraceutical raw materials for consumer products. Focused on the dietary supplement and functional food industries, Novel has continued to enjoy success and recognition. The company provided optimal value, consistent satisfaction and uncompromised customer-confidence to develop a reputation for superior quality and service. Novel’s maintains two offices with warehouses on either coast to service clients on a national basis.

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