UNPA welcomes InQpharm as its newest executive member

UNPA welcomes InQpharm as its newest executive member

The United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA), an international association of forward-looking companies dedicated to providing consumers with natural health products of superior quality, benefit and reliability, is pleased to announce the executive-level membership of InQpharm.

The Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based pharmaceutical company, founded in 2004 with U.S. headquarters in Salt Lake City, works in synergy with its global network of technology and commercialization partners to develop and market unique, safe, therapeutic compounds and products using ingredients from natural sources.

As a result of its extensive research and development program, InQpharm has a growing portfolio of patented and patent-pending platform technologies. These cutting-edge technologies offer opportunities for the development and commercialization of innovative "best-in-class" products in areas of high unmet need. A global company with offices in Europe, Asia and North America, InQpharm is a dynamic company, passionate about delivering its vision to create a healthy life for all.

The company sees a strong synergy between its core mission and UNPA’s, according to David Mastroianni, InQpharm’s managing director for North America. "InQpharm joined UNPA to support its valuable efforts to protect Americans’ rights to have access to safe and efficacious dietary supplements," he said.
“InQpharm’s experienced executive team, led in the United States by industry veteran David Mastroianni, and its extensive in-house expertise, provides a model of efficiency and collaboration for product development in today’s dynamic global environment,” said Loren Israelsen, UNPA president. “The company’s expertise in the development and then bringing products to market with its understanding of the global regulatory environment will be a great asset to UNPA and its members.”

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