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SourceOne Establishes Partnership with Seltzer NutritionalTechnologies

Seltzer Becomes a Contract Manufacturer For SytrIinol(TM)

CHICAGO, IL --- SourceOneTM Global Partners, a sales and marketing company providing proprietary branded nutritional ingredients to manufacturers and marketers, has established an agreement with Seltzer Nutritional Technologies (SNT), a division of Seltzer Chemicals, Inc. The terms of the agreement permit Seltzer to manufacture and provide distribution services for SytrinolTM , SourceOne’s patented cholesterol-lowering product.

“We have had an overwhelming response for Sytrinol since its launch in August 2003 and look forward to working with Seltzer to meet the growing demand,” stated Jesse Lopez, president, SourceOne Global Partners. “We chose Seltzer as a quality blending and premix provider to produce Sytrinol because of their reputation for excellence in production, analytical testing, and service both nationally and internationally.”

Sytrinol, a proprietary blend derived from fruit extracts, is composed of polymethoxylated flavones and tocotrienols. Multiple clinical trials demonstrate that Sytrinol reduced total cholesterol 23 percent, reduced LDL cholesterol by 21 percent and reduced triglycerides 26 percent. Unlike other cholesterol supplements, Sytrinol is not diet specific and has no known side effects*. SourceOne owns the exclusive worldwide license for the intellectual property for Sytrinol.

“This arrangement recognizes our commitment and focus on the highest quality production and customer service support for this great new product,” stated Trent Seltzer, executive vice president of Seltzer. “We are very pleased with this agreement and respect the marketing and sales expertise SourceOne provides for the successful launch of Sytrinol.”

In 2000, SNT opened an expanded manufacturing facility at their Carlsbad headquarters in Southern California. SNT focuses on formulating and blending custom micro-nutrients to meet their customer’s specification.

For further information on SourceOne Global Partners and Sytrinol, contact Tiia Sumera at 801.538.0777 ext. 112 or [email protected]. For more information on Seltzer Nutritional Technologies, contact Trent Seltzer at 800.735.8137 or visit

About SourceOneTM Global Partners
SourceOne Global Partners, headquartered in Chicago, IL, represents a new breed of ingredient supplier, partnering with manufacturing clients to introduce powerfully branded, science-driven products to market with a unique product positioning and compelling consumer presence. SourceOne was conceived as a company whose core competency would be to integrate legitimate science with strong trade and consumer branding. They partner with leading suppliers worldwide to source and offer patented ingredients supported by proprietary science as part of a turnkey marketing program that dramatically increases the odds for market success.

About Seltzer Nutritional Technologies
For over twenty years, Seltzer Nutritional Technologies (SNT), a division of Seltzer Chemicals, Inc., has provided food, beverage and nutritional supplement companies with a complete line of vitamins, amino acids, minerals and specialty nutritional ingredients. SNT provides customers with the individual ingredients and the perfect blend of nutrients needed for custom-made formulations. Their in-house laboratory, repack/clean room and warehouse ensure rapid and accurate response to their customers’ needs. Seltzer represents a number of well-known domestic and overseas manufacturers, maintaining an experienced and efficient sales, service and technical support staff.

*Sytrinol: A new cholesterol-lowering product. Najla Guthrie & Elzbieta Kurowska, Proc. Int. Conference on Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods, San Diego, CA November, 2002.

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