Omega Protein Corp. has combined its human nutrition companies under one name: Nutegrity™. Nutegrity brings together the expertise of Cyvex Nutrition (botanicals and fish oils), Wisconsin Specialty Protein (dairy ingredients) and InCon Processing (molecular distillation) to meet the evolving needs of today’s health-conscious consumer.
Nutegrity’s mission is to provide pure, sustainable nutrition products that support healthy living including: a wide range of dairy and plant protein products; specialty dairy ingredients; marine-based omega-3s/EFAs for dietary supplements, functional food and beverage applications; and botanically sourced ingredients.
“The three companies brought together by Omega Protein have complementary skills and capabilities that will allow us to be a stronger entity under one name and management team,” stated Terry Olson, president of Nutegrity. “Nutegrity’s focus is to help its customers deliver pure nutritional products that help consumers live healthier lives.”
Nutegrity provides pure ingredients from sustainable land and sea sources by controlling quality through vertical integration and traceability programs, while working to protect the longevity of product supply.
Ingredients from Nutegrity are monitored for product quality from the source to the final product whenever possible. This involvement in the entire supply chain allows Nutegrity to offer the purest ingredients, ranging from simply natural to USDA certified organic. Nutegrity minimizes waste and supports our local economies from our U.S.-based operations.
Customer and product management
Matt Phillips, chief commercial officer, will lead the Nutegrity ingredient sales and marketing team, along with the customer service team from Irvine, Calif. He will have a national direct sales team and a select group of third party sales agents where appropriate.
To learn more about Nutegrity’s offerings, contact the organization at 949-622-9030 or nutegrityusa.com, or see us at SupplySide West booth #30005 on Nov. 14 and 15.
Nutegrity locations: Irvine, Calif.; Madison, Wis.; Batavia, Ill.; Reedville, Va.; Reedsburg, Wis.