Naturally Splendid (TSXV:NSP) announce that they are a finalist for the prestigious NutraIngredients Awards for their innovative omega ingredient HempOmega,in the category of Start-up Ingredient of the Year. In addition, the Company is pleased to report that POS Bio-Sciences, where HempOmega is produced, is the winner of the North Saskatoon Business Association’s 19th annual Business Builder Awards in the Export Category.
As quoted in the press release:

The NutraIngredients Awards
The NutraIngredients Awards are organized by NutraIngredients.com, which is published by William Reed Business Media. William Reed has been providing market leading business information for over 150 years. The markets served by William Reed are central to everyone’s life. They include food and drink, where the company’s reach extends across manufacturing, retail, wholesale and hospitality, along with pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. NutraIngredients.com is the key news source for the functional food & beverage and dietary supplement industries, whether it is a dispatch from the frontier of probiotic science, the latest health claim developments or in-depth new ingredient appraisal. Covering scientific, regulatory and industry issues, they offer a reference for all stakeholders in supplements and nutrition.


Naturally Splendid CEO, Craig Goodwin, stated:

We are honoured to be a finalist in the NutraIngredients Awards and would also like to congratulate POS Bio-Sciences for their achievement in winning their NSBA Award. POS Bio-Sciences has been a key player in the commercialization of HempOmega®. The recognition that POS Bio-Sciences has received from the NSBA and the fact that HempOmega is a finalist for NutraIngredients Awards, is evidence of the expertise that has been assembled to create HempOmega. The future looks bright with the numerous applications for HempOmega for the global functional ingredient markets whether that be for human, pet or livestock

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