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FONA International, Leading Food and Beverage Flavor Creation Company, Opens New Innovation Center in Guangzhou, China

Organization continues global expansion & growth with facility in APAC region to better serve customers around the world

GENEVA, Ill., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FONA International, developer and manufacturer of complete flavor solutions for some of the world's leading food, beverage, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical companies, is extremely pleased to announce the opening of a new innovation center in Guangzhou, China, benefitting customers around the world with APAC consumer and trend knowledge and the region's rich resources.

"Our presence in the area allows us access to local consumer sensory, novel technologies and regional application expertise we can share with our customers around the world," explains Luke Slawek, President of FONA International.

The beautifully designed facility features natural light, spacious labs, a comfortable learning center and elevated gardens. "We want to work side-by-side with our customers in an inspirational environment, and this facility is truly an awesome place to think, build, innovate and learn," says Executive Vice President T.J. Widuch who is overseeing the development and launch of the new facility.

FONA's continued global expansion is the result of its industry-leading growth and unwavering commitment to collaboration with customers around the world. "Our Guangzhou facility is part of our larger vision of expansion throughout Asia Pacific to be onsite where our customers need us," finishes Slawek.

For more information, call FONA International at (630) 578-8443.

About FONA International, Inc.
Founded in 1987, FONA International develops and manufactures flavors for many of the largest food, beverage, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical companies in the world from its state-of-the-art, 33-acre campus in Geneva, IL. FONA International has established a reputation as the forward-thinking, independent solution provider in the very competitive flavor industry.

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Founded in 1987, FONA International creates and manufactures flavors for many of the largest food, beverage, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical companies in the world from its state-of-the-art, 33-acre campus in Geneva, IL. In 2013, FONA was named Best Mid-Sized Company to Work For in the Nation by the National Association for Business Resources. Also, Inc. magazine named FONA one of the fastest-growing private companies in the country for the seventh consecutive year.

 

"The Innovation Center is fully equipped with all technologies for flavor development, application work and sensory testing. The center will offer our customers flavor and consumer expertise with the full power of our regulatory experts behind them,” says Executive Vice President TJ Widuch who has coordinated the launch of the Innovation Center.

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