Kyowa Hakko Offers Free Kyowa CoQ10(TM) Soft Gel Samples

(New York, NY) January 16, 2007 – Kyowa Hakko announced free Kyowa CoQ10™ 30mg soft gel samples are now available by accessing the Kyowa Hakko USA web site. Sample bottle supplies are limited and available on a first come, first served basis through February 28, 2007, only to U.S. and Canadian manufacturers and retailers. Information is available on the home page and the Kyowa CoQ10 web link.

Kyowa has developed a patented non-yeast fermentation technology that meets USP, JP and EP requirements to provide a unique and cost effective CoQ10 product. A pioneer in the development and application of fermentation technology, Kyowa Hakko has maintained a constant commitment to research and developing innovative products.

“The benefits of CoQ10 are numerous,” says Karen E. Todd, director of marketing for Kyowa Hakko. “It is one of the most important compounds for maintaining optimum energy for cellular health.”

A fat-soluble substance found naturally in all forms of animal life, CoQ10 is localized in the membranes of cells and is vital in the production of cellular energy. Considered the power plant of the human body, it has especially high concentration in the heart, the organ that requires high levels of energy for normal operation.

Kyowa Hakko is an international health ingredients manufacturer and world leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and food products. The maker of the branded ingredients Cognizin™ Citicoline, Resilen™ Hyaluronic Acid , Lumistor™ L-Hydroxyproline and Setria Glutathione, Kyowa also offers manufacturers and formulators one of the industry’s most extensive lines of over 50 amino acids and related compounds, including D-Amino acids and branch-chain amino acids, as well as nucleic acids, bio-products and fine chemicals.

For more information about Kyowa Hakko, KyowaCoQ10™ and its complete line of quality ingredients, email [email protected] or call 212.319.5353.

# # # #

Hide comments


  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.