November 7, 2011 Partnerships No Comments

Blauvelt, NY (Nov 7, 2011) – RFI is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Graymor Chemical Company, a global bulk supplier of nutraceutical, pharmaceutical and vitamin ingredients. For over 45 years, Graymor has serviced the dietary supplement and pharmaceutical industries with strategic sourcing capabilities for high quality ingredients as well as provided technical support and regulatory assistance. Graymor is headquartered in Union, NJ, with an Asian office in Shanghai, China.

To facilitate the merging of the two businesses, Graymor’s Director of National Sales, Malcolm Greenberg, will be joining RFI’s sales team as the Commodity Sales Manager. Greenberg’s experience with Graymor’s global raw material procurement and marketing expertise as well as his extensive customer relationships will not only help RFI and Graymor achieve a seamless transition, but also help RFI’s customers benefit from the newly integrated product portfolio.

“Graymor’s product range is the perfect complement to our current ingredient platform, and with the addition of Malcolm to our team, we are now in a great position to strengthen RFI’s vertically-integrated business model. The assimilation of Graymor’s product line will contribute significantly to our turnkey manufacturing capabilities, resulting in improved cost-effectiveness and better lead times.” said Jeff Wuagneux, RFI’s president and CEO. “RFI will also gain cross selling synergies and entrance into the Pharmaceutical OTC market, allowing us to expand our reach into new industries.”

RFI is a global leader in the development and marketing of complete product solutions including natural, organic and science-driven ingredients, formulas and finished products for the dietary supplement, food and beverage industries. The vertically-integrated company, which was formed in 1989, has over 23 years experience in building natural product networks to provide turnkey, targeted solutions and the best-in-class finished products.

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