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Horphag Research Chosen as Sixth Recipient of American Botanical Council's Tyler Award
Date:2/25/2013

AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The nonprofit American Botanical Council has announced Horphag Research as the recipient of its annual Varro E. Tyler Commercial Investment in Phytomedicinal Research Award. Horphag Research, based in Switzerland, is the producer of Pycnogenol® French maritime pine bark (Pinus pinaster) extract, which is used in hundreds of brands and formulas of dietary supplements, as well as in cosmetics, functional foods, and beverages. 

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"Horphag Research and its entire team are, of course, very honored to receive this prestigious award," said Victor Ferrari , CEO of Horphag Research. "It is an important recognition for the scientific work that has been established over so many years on one single and unique product – Pycnogenol®." 

Horphag Research was founded in Berlin in 1925 as HormopharmaAG by Charles Haimoff . In the 1960s, Haimoff's vision of "healthy aging" led to the development of the antioxidant French maritime pine bark extract, Pycnogenol®. Research on the product began in 1965, and, just two years later, the first preparations were being sold in Europe. By 1987, Horphag was awarded its first US patent, and in 2003 Pycnogenol was self-affirmed to be GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) for use in food products. Sales of Pycnogenol products to consumers now exceed $500 million annually and are sold in more than 80 countries around the world.

"For 40 years, Horphag has invested in extensive research to ensure the safety and efficacy of Pycnogenol® as a premium ingredient," said Frank Schönlau, PhD
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