DNP Among The 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in Los Angeles

DNP International has been named one of Los Angeles’ 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies according to the Los Angeles Business Journal. DNP will join several other private corporations that will be honored at the publication’s cocktail reception on Tuesday, November 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles.

“We feel extremely honored to be recognized in a competitive market like Los Angeles,” said David Ji, president of DNP International. “With our broad product line, loyal customers and our extraordinary employees, we are positioned for growth today and beyond. And our commitment is evident in the quality raw materials that are a part of the everyday products used by consumers.”

About Los Angeles Business Journal
Each week, the award-winning Los Angeles Business Journal examines the many ways that the L.A. economy operates. Together with the economic news, demographics and lifestyle profiles, the Los Angeles Business Journal is presented in an accessible format. First-rate editorial and research teams provide in-depth analyses of the community’s ever-changing business and economic scene.
Regular departments include Up Front, highlighting stories of importance featuring Los Angeles businesses and their decision-makers; Media & Technology, focusing on up-to-the-minute changes and innovations in the businesses that serve these fields; Small Business, profiling those smaller businesses moving into the fore; and Investment and Finance, where L.A.’s many public companies are profiled and analyzed.

About DNP International
DNP International imports and distributes raw material ingredients to manufacturers in the nutritional supplements, food, beverage, feed, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. Founded in 1994, DNP is one of the largest suppliers of raw materials in the United States and sources over 1,200 different ingredients. DNP is headquartered in Southern California and has offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, New Jersey and Shanghai, China. For more information, visit

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