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Golden West Biologicals, Inc. and Sunfco, Ltd. Expand Sales of Vitamin D Free Human Serum in Japan
Date:7/26/2013

TEMECULA, Calif. and TOKYO, July 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Golden West Biologicals, Inc. (GWB), a leading provider and manufacturer of diagnostic products and Sunfco, Ltd., a leading provider of raw material ingredients for food products, medicinal products, biotech products, health food products and other products in the fine chemicals field, today announced the rapid growth in sales of GWB's Mass Spect Gold® line of human serum in Japan.

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"Our partnership with Sunfco has created a strong distribution channel for our Mass Spec Gold products," said Tammy Guenthner, Manufacturing Manager at GWB.  "Sunfco's deep knowledge of the diagnostics market in Japan has enabled us to dramatically increase our sales over last year."

GWB supplies Sunfco with a broad range of products used in the diagnostics industry.  After the United States and European Union, Japan is the World's 3rd largest In-Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) market.  And due to demographic shifts in Japan, the industry is expected to show further growth.

About Golden West Biologicals, Inc.

Golden West Biologicals, Inc. (GWB) is a privately held company headquartered in Temecula, California.  The company was formed in 1989 to directly address the need for cost effective and technically superior biological raw materials for the development of immunoassays and LC-MS applications.  GWB provides manufacturers and laboratories with over 80 human and animal biological products including Vitamin D free human serum, human serum for ultra-sensitive testing, human serum albumin/gamma globulin, and rabbit gamma globulin.
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