Stratum Nutrition® Hires Alexis Collins as Product Manager

CARTHAGE, Mo. - Sept. 11, 2019 - PRLog -- Stratum Nutrition®, (a business of ESM Technologies), the sustainable supplier of world class ingredient solutions for pet and human health, announces the addition of their new Product Manager.

Alexis Collins will be managing current products and identifying potential products to add to the Stratum Nutrition® portfolio. Before accepting this new role, she previously worked at For the Biome, LLC, where she was the Chief Science Officer.

"During my career in the dietary supplement industry, I have worked with Stratum as a customer and as a formulation development partner," Alexis said. "I have always been impressed by the sincerity, integrity, and values of this company. Now, as a part of the team, I am excited to contribute my experience in research, product development, and technical sales toward managing our impressive, unique ingredients while also keeping a lookout for the next ingredient that meets the Stratum standard."

"We are excited to bring Alexis on to our team," explained Micah Osborne, President of Stratum Nutrition®. "She brings a wealth of experience in supporting ingredients from a scientific perspective and aiding our customers with their product formulation needs."

Stratum Nutrition® acts as an extension of their brand partners' teams by being the foundational layer of support and following their 5 Launch Product Development Layers process, including: Efficacy. Quality, Compliance, Story, and Demand. For more information about ESM Technologies (DBA Stratum Nutrition®) and its branded ingredients, please contact Stratum Nutrition® at www.StratumNutrition.com or email at Info@StratumNutrition.com.

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