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Active Concepts Taps Forte Ingredients

July 11, 2012

New Canadian distributor for cosmetic, personal care ingredients.

Forte Ingredients Inc. is now distributing the Active Concepts product line across Canada.

Active Concepts is a leading manufacturer of specialty cosmetic and personal care ingredients, with a focus on extraction technology, biofermentation, bioactives, delivery systems, functional ingredients and protein chemistry.Its family of companies includes Active Micro Technologies, with its strong portfolio of cosmetic antimicrobials, andArbor Organic Technologies, offering a wide array of NOP certified organic ingredients.

Forte Ingredients was recently launched into the Canadian market by engineer and industry expert Marzena Gorczyca, who has has more than 20 years of technical, sales and marketing experience in the personal
care arena and an outstanding reputation for service excellence.

More info: marzena@forteingredients.ca, 647-971-1709.
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