Cyvex Nutrition appoints new sales manager

Cyvex Nutrition appoints new sales manager

  Nutritional ingredient supplier Cyvex Nutrition has hired Tim Intfen as its Western Regional Sales Manager.

 

IRVINE, Calif., November 7, 2011 — Nutritional ingredient supplier Cyvex Nutrition has hired Tim Intfen as its Western Regional Sales Manager.

Intfen came from B&D Nutritional Ingredients, where he was a sales and business development professional for more than seven years. In that role, Intfen’s territory grew substantially each year as he managed key accounts in the dietary supplement, functional food, and beverage markets. He opened new territories in the Southeast, Midwest, and Western U.S., and also acted as product manager for the company’s dietary fiber line. He is a graduate of Kansas State University.

“We are excited to have Tim use his extensive sales experience to develop opportunities for Cyvex’s Signature ingredients and our new line of OmegaActiv fish oils,” said Matt Phillips, Cyvex President and CEO.

About Cyvex Nutrition:
Cyvex Nutrition, headquartered in Irvine, Calif., is a leading provider of proprietary, condition-specific ingredients to the nutraceutical industry for more than 25 years. The company has re-engineered the antioxidant category with its extensive portfolio of offerings that includes BioVin®, SolaThin™, Cognisetin™ and OmegaActiv™ to name a few. In late 2010, Cyvex Nutrition was acquired by Omega Protein Corporation, a leading producer of omega-3 fish oil and specialty ingredients for use in functional foods and nutritional supplements. Every Cyvex Nutrition ingredient is guaranteed by the company's exclusive NutriPrint® 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 www.cyvex.com

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