SourceOne Expands Production of Sytrinol(TM)

Impressive Demand for Cardiovascular Health Compound Spurs Growth

CHICAGO, IL—Increased consumer awareness and demand for SytrinolTM has engendered the need to expand production for this patented product, according to Jesse R. Lopez, founder and CEO of SourceOne Global Partners, which markets the compound. SourceOne has therefore announced a strategic manufacturing alliance with Pure World, South Hackensack, NJ, to serve customers on the East Coast as well as in Europe.

“Pure World has an impeccable reputation for supplying exceptional raw materials for the nutraceutical manufacturing community,” says Lopez. “We have chosen Pure World specifically because of its proven ability to provide state-of-the-art technology to ensure its compounds pass rigid tests for quality, safety, purity and efficacy so that manufacturers can trust that what they order is what they receive. As one example, PureWorld announced issuance by the United States Patent and Trademark Office of the patent, #6,682,697, for a new sterilization process that eliminates concerns about irradiation.”

Pure World president Dr. Qun Yi Zheng states, “Our technology is environmentally friendly, cost effective and currently in use at our manufacturing facility.”

Pure World is a leading manufacturer of botanical products and a renowned product and process innovator in the supplement industry. Zheng notes that the company is very excited about the issuance of this patent. “We are proud of another significant breakthrough by the highly skilled and dedicated R&D staff at Pure World. We salute their achievement in producing this patented process.”

Zheng adds, “We are pleased to be in this relationship with SourceOne Global Partners, providing manufacturing expertise for its patented Sytrinol product.”

Lopez points out that increased demand for SytrinolTM has been coming from Asia and Europe as well as North America. “Recent announcements of new cholesterol level guidelines further establishes a fertile environment for continued rapid sales growth—Sytrinol is a perfect choice for Americans who are now considered at risk but want to add a scientifically sound supplement to their reduced-cholesterol diet and exercise regimen, before acquiescing to statin-type drugs that exert uncomfortable side effects,” Lopez explains. “Sytrinol is a high-quality compound that works easily not only in dietary supplements, but in the array of functional foods that provide consumers with tasty cardiovascular health benefits.”

About SytrinolTM
SytrinolTM, a proprietary blend derived from fruit extracts, is composed of polymethoxylated flavones and tocotrienols. Multiple clinical trials demonstrate that SytrinolTM reduced total cholesterol up to 30 percent, reduced LDL cholesterol up to 27%, and reduced triglycerides up to 34 percent. Unlike other cholesterol supplements, SytrinolTM is not diet specific and has no known side effects*. SourceOne owns the exclusive worldwide license for the intellectual property for SytrinolTM.

About Pure World
Pure World is a research-driven bulk ingredient manufacturer for the dietary supplement, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, flavor and cosmetic industries. An innovator in the standardized extract field, Pure World operates the largest extraction and processing facility in North America.

About SourceOne Global Partners
SourceOne Global Partners represents a new breed of ingredient supplier, partnering with manufacturing clients to introduce powerfully branded, science-driven products to market with a unique product positioning and compelling consumer presence. SourceOne was conceived as a company whose core competence is to integrate legitimate science with strong trade and consumer branding. SourceOne Global Partners cultivates relationships with leading suppliers worldwide to source and offer patented ingredients supported by proprietary science as part of a turnkey marketing program that dramatically increases the odds for marketing success.

*Sytrinol: A new cholesterol-lowering product. Najla Guthrie & Elzbieta Kurowska, Proc. Int. Conference on Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods, San Diego, CA, November, 2002

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