7 Companies Join CRN, Including 4 Voting Members

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Washington, D.C.—The Council for Responsible Nutrition announced in a press release that four voting members have joined its ranks, along with three associate members.

The voting members are:

  • Functional Remedies: Manufactures and markets their own blend of agricultural hemp, infused with their proprietary LipidTrans infusion process that preserves beneficial nutrients. Its line of products includes full-spectrum hemp oil tinctures, salves, and capsules.
  • Harvest One: A global cannabis company that develops and manufactures lifestyle and wellness products in regulated markets around the world.
  • Slolron Inc.: Manufactures and distributes organic, plant-based Ferritin-Iron products produced in the U.S. as a food and supplement ingredient. The product is efficiently absorbed and has a controlled release, helping consumers avoid irritation.
  • Specialty Enzymes & Probiotics: A research-driven manufacturer offering plant, fungal, microbial and animal enzymes and a full line of probiotics. The company can provide custom formulations, individual bulk enzymes and probiotics, and its own line of blends.
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The associate members are:

  • Schooley Mitchell: A cost reduction-consulting firm, with offices from coast-to-coast in the United States and Canada. The firm on average reduces their clients’ business service expenses by 28%, and only earn a fee if the client accepts their recommendations.
  • TagOne: Supply chain management advisory and blockchain technology company that delivers transparency to the natural product industry through innovation in supply chain management. Provides end-to-end track-and-trace capabilities.
  • Vicente Sederberg LLP: National cannabis law firm that helps clients navigate marijuana and hemp laws and regulations, while helping to shape those policies.

A complete list of CRN member companies is available on the association’s website. For more information about becoming a CRN member, contact Carl Hyland, vice president, membership development at chyland@crnusa.org or 202-204-7674.

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