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Mission Hill Foods Strengthens Market Presence in North America

Mission Hill Foods has announced a major expansion of its research capabilities and strategic initiatives in North America. This move underscores the company's commitment to innovation, quality, and consumer health in the region while maintaining its robust international presence.

Founded in 2014 and based in California, Mission Hill Foods is a global provider of high-quality dietary supplements. The company's advancements in Research and Development (R&D) include the expansion of its Nutrition Lab in Richmond, BC. This state-of-the-art facility is dedicated to advancing nutritional science and driving product innovation, particularly in micronutrients, functional foods, and sports nutrition.

The company utilizes advanced formulation techniques and sustainable practices, such as recombinant protein expression and microorganism-based methods, to create effective supplement formulas. By forming strong partnerships with distributors and retailers, Mission Hill Foods ensures widespread product availability across the US and Canada, tailored to regional health preferences and regulations.

Mission Hill Foods adheres to rigorous quality assurance standards at its manufacturing facilities in Richmond, BC, and Chino, CA. Adhering to FDA regulations and cGMP guidelines, the company ensures the safety, purity, and effectiveness of its products through comprehensive testing protocols.

As the company continues to expand in North America, Mission Hill Foods remains committed to advancing dietary nutrition through innovation and research, aiming to improve consumer health and well-being globally.

R. H.

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