Radient Technologies, a manufacturer of high-quality cannabinoid-based ingredients, formulations and products, and The Edlong Corp., a manufacturer and marketer of natural flavor systems and food ingredients have announced they have entered into a strategic partnership to jointly create and market cannabidiol (CBD) flavor systems and product solutions for global food, beverage (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and pet food industries.
Combining Edlong’s extensive expertise in the development, manufacturing and marketing of natural flavors and ingredients with Radient’s expertise in the industrial-scale extraction, purification and manufacturing of cannabinoid ingredients, the two companies will collaborate on the development of high-quality, CBD-based flavors and ingredients that will meet global health and safety regulations and appeal to large global consumer markets.
Laurette Rondenet, President & CEO of Edlong, stated: “Radient is the perfect partner to align with as we explore new opportunities in this dynamic category that is clearly poised for growth. We’re excited to bring our expertise together.”
Denis Taschuk, President & CEO of Radient, stated: “We are very excited about the opportunity to work with an established international flavor company like Edlong. Radient’s team of in-house scientists have been developing unique formulations that we believe will tie in perfectly with Edlong’s innovative approach to flavor and ingredient manufacturing for foods and beverages. We look forward to working with Edlong and we are excited to see what kind of advancements we can make in the way of safe and appealing CBD-infused foods and beverages.”
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