Cyvex Nutrition Hires Sabrina Hinkis as Technical Manager

IRVINE, Calif., January 26, 2010 - Cyvex Nutrition today announced the hiring of Sabrina Hinkis as Technical Manager. In this role, Hinkis is charged with various aspects of quality control, quality assurance, research and development of new products and technical customer service initiatives. She comes to Cyvex with more than 10 years of research experience and a deep understanding of pharmaceutical GMPs.

"As technical manager, Sabrina will leverage her extensive knowledge of GMPs for the pharmaceutical industry and apply those stringent standards to quality control processes at Cyvex," stated Matt Phillips, President, Cyvex Nutrition. "We are continually striving to strengthen our manufacturing practices, and we feel that Sabrina's expertise and experience will help us build upon our already rigorous quality assurance foundation."

Hinkis previously worked as a genetic research consultant at the Weizmann Institute, as well as a DNA lab manager at Sequana Therapeutics. She holds a Masters in Human Nutrition from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and a Bachelor of Science from the Hebrew University.

About Cyvex Nutrition:
Cyvex Nutrition, headquartered in Irvine, Calif., is a leading provider of proprietary, condition specific ingredients to the nutraceuticals industry for over 25 years. The company has re- engineered the antioxidant category with its extensive portfolio of offerings that includes BioVin(R), BioVin Advanced, Euro Black Currant and PomActiv(TM) to name a few. Every Cyvex Nutrition ingredient is guaranteed by the company's exclusive NutriPrint(R) quality assurance system, which includes identity testing of incoming raw materials through FT-NIR, third party certification by independent laboratories for active ingredients, microbiology, heavy metals and pesticide and solvent residue when applicable. For more information visit .

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