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We're incredibly excited to add two respected leaders of women's health to the Symbiotics team," said Kareem Cook, CMO Naturade.
Current investments include Vestaron, a developer of proprietary, environmentally-conscious agriculture insecticide products based on polypeptides found in spider venom; and its most recent investment, NewLeaf Symbiotics, an agricultural biotech firm that is commercializing a family of beneficial bacteria shown to improve plant health, promote early growth, and increase crop yield.
The Corps' faster-than-normal drawdown will give Symbiotics a few extra days of low water levels, Clemans said.
the general contractor for the project, expects to be working 10-hour shifts, six days per week, with possible periods of two shifts per day, finishing the project is June 2013, Symbiotics said in an announcement.
Vince Lamarra, the Symbiotics CEO and board member of its parent company, Riverbank Power, did not respond to a telephone call seeking comment.
We see significant potential to expand Ageless and Symbiotics products from the approximately 2,000 health food stores where they currently hold distribution into the much broader network of over 20,000 outlets where Naturade products are currently authorized.
Work on the $20 million Dorena project is scheduled to begin in early December, Symbiotics construction manager Larry Hobbs said Thursday.
For further information about Symbiotics, please contact Kelly Black, Director of Public Relations, at 800/784-4355 ext.
Emerald, which serves 20,000 customers and purchases the bulk of its power from the Bonne ville Power Administration, joined forces with Symbiotics several years ago.
Symbiotics Chief Technology Officer and Chairman Robert C.
New Life TryptoZen is a registered trademark of Symbiotics Inc.
During Tuesday's meeting, Janet Neuman, who appeared on behalf of Symbiotics, called the Tuesday meeting "an usual proceeding.