Win an iPod from Kyowa Hakko with the SSW Show Guide Puzzle Piece

Kyowa Hakko also to sponsor VendorWorks Seminar on Friday, November 11

New York, NY (October 10, 2005) – Kyowa Hakko, maker of Cognizin™ brand citicoline, is giving you the opportunity to win an iPod at SupplySide West.

In each SupplySide West show guide look for the Cognizin™ puzzle piece attached to the Cognizin ad on page 17. Bring the puzzle piece to the Kyowa Hakko booth 5061 and you could be the lucky winner of an iPod, or one of several other prizes Kyowa Hakko will give away during the show.

Kyowa Hakko will also sponsor Sustain Your Brain with Cognizin™, a VendorWorks seminar to be held on Friday, November 11 at 10 in the Bellini Room 2002 featuring Perry Renshaw, PhD, MD, director of the Brain Imaging Center at McLean Hospital and professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Renshaw will discuss how citicoline can improve brain chemistry and compare popular brain health nutrients. He will also introduce new science about the effects of citicoline on eye health.

Kyowa Hakko is an international health ingredients manufacturer and world leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and food products. A pioneer in the development and application of fermentation technology, Kyowa Hakko has maintained a constant commitment to the research and development of innovative products.

Kyowa Hakko 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.

To learn more about Kyowa Hakko and its line of quality ingredients visit the web site at or call 212.319.5353.

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Sheldon Baker
Baker Dillon Group
(559) 325-7191
[email protected]

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