Navigation Links
Leo Gingras Joins Nutraceutical Innovations, LLC Board of Directors
Date:3/28/2013

Fayetteville, Ark. (PRWEB) March 28, 2013

Leo G. Gingras, CEO of Oberon FMR, Inc., has recently become a member of the Board of Directors of Nutraceutical Innovations™ of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Oberon is a company with proprietary technology producing a cost-effective, sustainably produced protein meal.

With over thirty years of experience in the food, feed, nutritional food additive and agricultural industries, Mr. Gingras has developed and expanded commodity businesses both domestically and internationally. He was previously President and COO of NutraCea (now RiceBran Technologies), an Arizona based producer and marketer of products derived from rice bran. While there, Mr. Gingras was responsible for sustaining and growing the business through organic growth and acquisition. He established partnerships and joint ventures with companies in Asia, South America and Europe, extending the company’s reach both domestically and around the globe.

Prior to NutraCea, Mr. Gingras worked 18 years with Riceland Foods. Riceland is a U.S. based company and the world’s largest rice miller and a major processor of soybean and edible oil products, marketing a large array of ingredients to the global food industry. For the last seven years, Gingras was a Senior Vice President and directly responsible for operations making up 40% of company revenue. In addition, he was responsible for corporate business development and R & D activities.

"Leo brings both breadth and depth to the Nutraceutical Innovations’ Board," said Calvin Goforth, Chairman. "He understands the science and the business of naturally-derived nutritional food additives, as well as the internationally significant opportunities they represent. We are delighted to welcome him as a director.”

Mr. Gingras began his career in food processing with Lou Ana Foods, a producer and marketer of edible oils and a division of Ventura Foods, whe
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Brian Cousins Joins Opedix Joint Support Athletic Wear as Vice President of Business Development
2. DuPont Joins Israel’s Office of the Chief Scientist Global Enterprise R&D Cooperation Framework
3. Nasseo Wins CONNECT Life Sciences Capital Competition and Joins CONNECT Portfolio
4. GNS Healthcare Joins Orion Bionetworks to Develop Predictive Models for Multiple Sclerosis and Other Diseases
5. Infectious Disease Specialist, Brad Spellberg, M.D., Joins Synthetic Biologics Scientific Advisory Board
6. Dr. Wayne Hachey Joins Protein Sciences Leadership Team
7. Nasseo, Inc. Joins BioInspire™ Medical Technology Incubator, Closes Seed Funding Round
8. Robert Storey Joins VIC Technology Venture Development as Executive in Residence
9. Michael Berman Joins InspireMD Board
10. Rudy Mazzocchi Joins the Greatbatch Board of Directors as he Continues to Expand his Presence in the Med-tech Industry
11. Diabetes Research Institute Foundation’s (DRIF) CEO Joins Healthcare Holdings Group, Inc. Board of Directors
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/25/2014)... July 25, 2014 Amgen (NASDAQ: ... declared a $0.61 per share dividend for the third ... Sept. 5, 2014, to all stockholders of record as ... About Amgen Amgen is committed to ... serious illnesses by discovering, developing, manufacturing and delivering innovative ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... (PRWEB) July 25, 2014 WABC Radio show ... Pet with Lorry Young will be hosting California-based Vet-Stem, ... about stem cell therapy in pets. Dr. Harman first ... of stem cell therapy for pets suffering from osteoarthritis and ... Regenerative Veterinary Medicine industry forward. , Young has invited Dr. ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... July 25, 2014 At the request ... granted a 60-day extension for the public comment period ... Rule for Model Aircraft established by Congress as part ... The 60-day extension establishes the new deadline for comments ... Department of Transportation/FAA notice published in the Federal Register ...
(Date:7/24/2014)... Calif. , July 24, 2014  Now available ... to home. Rehealth Regenerative Therapies , located in ... and other physically active people a new health option: ... Regardless of age, countless patients suffer from joint ... activities, such as muscle tears, torn rotator cuff, tennis ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Amgen Announces 2014 Third Quarter Dividend 2Amgen Announces 2014 Third Quarter Dividend 3Robert J. Harman, DVM, Founder and CEO of Vet-Stem, Inc. to Join New York Radio Host Lorry Young in Upcoming Episode of A “Paws” For Your Pet 2Robert J. Harman, DVM, Founder and CEO of Vet-Stem, Inc. to Join New York Radio Host Lorry Young in Upcoming Episode of A “Paws” For Your Pet 3FAA Grants Comment Extension at the Request of AMA 2Stem Cells In Sports Injuries, Joints And Muscular Pain 2Stem Cells In Sports Injuries, Joints And Muscular Pain 3
... de Heer, professor of physics at the Georgia Institute of ... Boston today. De Heer was cited by the society for ... graphene." The MRS Medal recognizes an exceptional achievement in materials ... awarded for a specific outstanding recent discovery or advancement that ...
... (DARPA) has awarded the UCLA Henry Samueli School of ... research on a technology known as non-volatile logic, which ... even while powered off, then start up and run ... broad implications across a range of technologies, including portable ...
... Dec. 2, 2010 Physicians at Thomas Jefferson University ... the potential for fully automated interpretation of coronary CT ... rule out coronary artery disease (CAD) in the major ... was presented in Chicago at the Radiological Society of ...
Cached Biology Technology:Georgia Tech's Walt de Heer awarded Materials Research Society Medal 2UCLA receives $8.4 million to lead research on ultra-low-power, non-volatile logic technologies 2Rcadia COR Analyzer System Safely Rules Out Coronary Artery Disease in Main Coronary Arteries and Branch Vessels 2
(Date:7/25/2014)... Spina bifda (SB) is a complex congenital central ... incomplete closing of the neural tubes during the ... spasticity, urinary and fecal incontinence and neurocognitive retardation. ... their quality of life. Researchers at Ankara Physical ... investigate the functional performance in children with SB, ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... for Medical Research have identified the functions of ... to triggering the mating process in mice. , They ... detect pheromones that indicate when a female is present. ... the female mouse is ovulating and ready to mate. ... Stowers, researchers believe mice developed this system through evolution ...
(Date:7/25/2014)... , July 25, 2014 Biometrics ... are turning to digital technology for online & commerce ... Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG ), LifeLock Inc. ... V ), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL ... Inc., (OTCQB: NXTD) a biometric authentication company focused on ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):It takes two to court 2It takes two to court 3Consumer Needs for Identity Theft Security Grows with Popularity of Latest Smart Technology Products - Biometrically Secure Digital Wallet to Replace Credit Card Dependency 2Consumer Needs for Identity Theft Security Grows with Popularity of Latest Smart Technology Products - Biometrically Secure Digital Wallet to Replace Credit Card Dependency 3Consumer Needs for Identity Theft Security Grows with Popularity of Latest Smart Technology Products - Biometrically Secure Digital Wallet to Replace Credit Card Dependency 4Consumer Needs for Identity Theft Security Grows with Popularity of Latest Smart Technology Products - Biometrically Secure Digital Wallet to Replace Credit Card Dependency 5Consumer Needs for Identity Theft Security Grows with Popularity of Latest Smart Technology Products - Biometrically Secure Digital Wallet to Replace Credit Card Dependency 6
... Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) has issued a literature review ... safety of two minimally invasive techniques for vertebral ... kyphoplasty (BKP). The review also lists important recommendations ... highlights research questions still unresolved. Vertebral fractures, ...
... availability of the newest edition of its authoritative reference ... 10th edition, is available in both print and, for ... edition of the Manual of Clinical Microbiology marks a ... says Editor-in-Chief James Versalovic of Texas Children,s Hospital. "For ...
... found that the risk of death and cardiovascular disease, ... intense or conventional. They did find, however, that when ... intensive level, the chance of damaging small blood vessels ... eyes and kidneys, is reduced. But aiming for this ...
Cached Biology News:IOF urges systematic osteoporosis management after vertebral fracture augmentation 2New edition of Manual of Clinical Microbiology offers digital access 2Type 2 diabetes: 'Intensive' versus 'conventional' blood glucose control -- no clear picture 2
... Kit is optimized for the ... of ready-to-use dsRNA for RNAi ... MEGAscript RNAi Kit is based ... technol-ogy and includes reagents for ...
UGT1A6 (D-20)...
... patented technology, the Lone Wolf valve has ... Open proportional valve available on the market. ... repeatable high-speed performance, and ensures maximum accuracy., ... Enhances system control and patient comfort. , ...
Normal Hamster Serum...
Biology Products: