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OCMETRO FEATURE: FOOD & DRUG INDUSTRY NEWS Nutrawise makes debut at Tustin headquarters

Nutrawise makes debut at Tustin headquarters

A team of veterans with more than 200 years of combined experience heads the natural products manufacturer.

BY DANIELLE GAUTPublished: August 29, 2011 07:00 AM

 

Local nutraceuticals distributorNutrawise has recently entered the dietary supplement industry with the unveiling of its new headquarters in Tustin. The products (“nutraceuticals” is a combination of “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical”) made at the new headquarters, say company reps, will surpass the standard Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) requirements that are imposed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These requirements guarantee that all products are safe and effective to consumers. 

“My talented leadership group is far from being a stranger to this industry,” said Darren Rude, Nutrawise founder and CEO. “Our life’s work has brought us here, and our focus is to put our principles and people first, while providing the highest quality products, service and value to our customers.”

Nutrawise is currently developing an array of beauty supplies. By the end of the year, the company will distribute these products under its own brand name, Youtheory. 

“Our mission is to be a purpose-driven company working to make the world a healthier place to live – whether it’s through Nutrawise nutritional supplements, business partner offerings or our community responsibilities,” said Rude. 

 

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