"CHROMADEX" Recognized by California Innovation Corridor Partners as "Innovation All-Star" at Statewide Event

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA - CHROMADEX, INC. today announced their selection as one of the California Innovation Corridor’s 75 “Innovation All-Stars.” THE CHROMADEX, INC. will be honored at the two-day California Tech 100 conference, April 24-25, at the Irvine Hilton/Orange County Airport.

The California Tech 100 is endorsed by the California Commission for Jobs and Economic Growth who will honor the top 15 “Innovation All-Stars” with the California Innovation Award for outstanding leadership in innovation during a special late afternoon ceremony on April 25.

“We are honored to be recognized among such a prestigious group of companies,” says Frank Jaksch, President and CEO of ChromaDex. “Being recognized as an innovator in such a forum validates our business model, beyond the success we are showing in our numbers.”

“We believe innovation and entrepreneurship are the drivers of economic growth in California,” added Mark Mosher, Executive Director for the California Commission for Jobs and Economic Growth - a nonprofit corporation whose members are chosen by the Governor to advise him on how to expand jobs and economic growth in the state. “These Innovation All-Stars are models for our state.”

Managed by the California Space Authority (CSA), and administered through the California Labor & Workforce Development Agency (LWDA), the California Innovation Corridor is one of the state's initiatives to foster innovation and includes more than 60 partner organizations throughout 13 counties. It was Corridor partners that reviewed nearly 300 nominees before reducing the list of 75 Innovation All-Stars.

Visit http://www.goldencapital.net/Events/OC_AllStarList.asp for a full roster of Innovation All-Star companies.

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