Live Webinar Sponsored by Aloecorp, Offered on Nutrilearn

PHOENIX- A complimentary live Webinar, "Aloe Applications: Retaining Freshness, Stability and Biological Activity" is being offered on Wednesday, June 7 at 2pm EDT. The informational Webinar is sponsored by Aloecorp and offered through Virgo Publishing’s online education and training Web site Nutrilearn,

“I’m very excited to share information about a new development in Aloe vera processing technology that will allow a new generation of Aloe products that are unique to the industry” says Wayne McCune, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Aloecorp.

The 60-minute Webinar will address new processing technologies for Aloe vera that retains the flavor and nutritional profile, preserving the taste and bioactives of fresh Aloe vera. Also discussed will be improved stability and new Aloe-based formulations that are a direct result of this new technology. Ken Jones, Chief Science Officer for Aloecorp, and Wayne McCune, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Aloecorp, will present the Webinar.

Registration for the live Webinar is free. Additional information and registration details are available at

About Aloecorp
Aloecorp is the world's largest vertically integrated raw material supplier of bioactive Aloe vera whole leaf, gel and powder ingredients. Their flagship ingredients, ACTIValoe™ and CERTIFIED PLUS®, are manufactured using a proprietary patent-pending Qmatrix™ process, which retains a higher degree of product freshness and biological activity than any other production method in use today.

About Nutrilearn and Virgo Publishing
Virgo Publishing produces the SupplySide Trade Shows and Conferences, the Focus on the Future Executive Conference and Retreat, and the online training Web site Nutrilearn; and publishes Natural Products Industry INSIDER and HSR: Health Supplement Retailer magazines.


Amy Sharman , Marketing and Communications Manager,
480-990-1101, ext. 1543; [email protected]

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