Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ) has decided to select Naturade as the recipient of its 2021 Mission and Philanthropy Award. As an element of the NBJ Business Achievement Awards, the publication sees the speediest creating associations in the business and the associations going the farthest to make sustainability, innovation and philanthropy their focal objective.
Naturade Triumphs Over All
The NBJ is one of the finest publication for the nutrition, natural, organic, dietary supplement and integrative medicine organizations. Consistently the publication sees the business’ most striking business leaders in its yearly Business Achievement Awards issue. “We feel energetic and humble to get an especially grand award from an incredibly respected publication like NBJ,” Claude Tellis, Naturade co-owner, said. “We are motivated about our association mission and will continue pursuing giving people choices that help them continue with better lives.”
Naturade was founded in 1926. Kareem Cook and Tellis bought it in 2012. Cook and Tellis met at Duke University and sustained over a typical insight that countless their family members were encountering diet-related illnesses. This affirmation at last drove them to purchase Naturade and brand it as a mission-driven business focused on propelling a healthy lifestyle and giving everyone induction to quality food paying little psyche to pay, territory, and race. The award was proclaimed in the April issue of NBJ. At the 2021 NBJ Summit, to be held July 27-30 in Carlsbad, CA the winners shall be announced.