Supplier's Corner

EMD Partners with CreAgri

October 31, 2005

CreAgri Inc. and Rona, the cosmetic business unit of EMD Chemicals Inc., have signed a research, marketing and sales agreement for the personal care market involving CreAgri’s proprietary hydroxytyrosol formulation, Hidrox. According to the terms of the agreement, which excludes Asia, EMD Chemicals Inc will promote this product under the brand name of RonaCare Hidrox C.
RonaCare Hidrox C is a patented ingredient made from the vegetation water of organic green olives using CreAgri’s patented Integrale process. The olive water used in this process possesses superior anti-inflammatory and age defying properties which contribute to the health, protection and appearance of skin. More info: 866-4-CREAGRI; 805-565-4122; 914-785-5845. Website: www.creagri.com; www.emdchemicals.com.
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