Tempo, which already distributes specialty ingredients and nutraceuticals to the Canadian industry, is taking on Fenchem’s sodium hyluronate, vitamin E and phytosterol ingredients.
“Tempo is a well established distributor of specialty and ingredients and nutraceuticals supporting Canadian manufacturing industries. It is a member of CACD (Canadian Association of Chemical Distributors ) and is certified under Part II of the Responsible Distribution Code of Practice,” said Fenchem.
Fenchem claims that it currently holds 35 percent of the North American sodium hyluronate market, and said it expects the new distribution deal to increase its market share. Its HyaMax Sodium Hyaluronate product is produced with microbial fermentation.
The firm’s Tocovet Natural Vitamin E and Cholevel Phytosterols are IP non-GM certified, it said. Tempo will also be distributing Fenchem’s synthetic vitamin E and its DL-alpha tocopheryl acetate.