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DNP Launches New Web Site

As part of the company’s new look for 2009, DNP International launched its new Web site ( on January 16. The Web site has been completely revamped featuring a more enhanced feel that allows visitors to navigate through pages with ease. The company believes its new Web site will improve its previous site and gives visitors a more positive experience.

“Our Web site has been long overdue for an update for some time now,” said Fei Wu, DNP’s graphic and web designer. “This new site shows DNP’s new attitude and is built to attract more visitors through an attractive, yet user-friendly design.”

Modern aspects of the new Web site include a corporate blog that keeps readers up-to-date with company happenings and opinionated entries as well as a new mobile Web site, which will give visitors access to basic information faster through their mobile phones. DNP will also continue to post its newsletter, Ingredient Times for viewing and provide a regularly updated news and events page. Other pages will have basic information such as updated product information, services, management profiles and the company’s mission statement, core values and contact information.

About DNP International
DNP International imports and distributes raw material ingredients to manufacturers in the nutritional supplements, food, beverage, feed, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. Founded in 1994, DNP is one of the largest suppliers of raw materials in the United States and sources over 2,500 different ingredients. DNP is headquartered in Southern California and has offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, New Jersey and Shanghai, China. For more information, visit

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