FutureCeuticals, Inc.
Contact Info
Email: bevers@futureceuticals.com
Contact: Brad Evers
Phone: (815)507-1400
Toll Free: (888)452-6853
Fax: (815)472-3529
Street Address
2692 N. State Rt. 1-17
Momence, IL 60954
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Products
Cosmetics/Personal Care
- Anti-Aging
Foods
- Bran
- Chia (Salvia hispanica L)-based foods
- Coffees
- Fruit, Dried
- Gluten-Free Products
- Grains
- Oat Products
- Organic Foods (Certified)
- Pumpkin Prods.
- Rice Bran
- Seeds
- Sprouting Seeds
- Sprouts
- Superfruits
- Vegetables
- Wheat Grass
- Wheat-Free Products
Herbs
- Acai Berry
- Alfalfa
- Amla
- Aronia (Chokeberry)
- Black Currant
- Cranberry Extract
- Garlic
- Goji Berry
- Green Coffee Bean Extract
- Kombucha
- Mangosteen
- Maqui Berry
- Organic Herbs
- Pomegranate
Vitamins/Supplements
- Antioxidants
- Beta Glucan
- Bioflavonoids
- Bran Supplements
- Carotenoids
- Chia/Salvia hispanica L
- Chromium
- Cosmeceuticals
- Fiber Supplements
- Gluten-free
- Green Food Supplements
- Hair/Skin/Nails Supplements
- Joint Care
- Kosher Supplements
- Minerals, Liquid
- Minerals, Multiple
- Minerals, Trace
- Nutraceuticals/Phytonutrients
- Papaya Products
- Pet Supplements
- Pomegranate Supplements
- Prebiotics
- Probiotics
- Protein Powders
- Soy Isoflavones
- Sports Nutrition Supplements
- Whole Food
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About Us

Industry Supplier of: elevATP, Dermaval, Nutrim, ModCarb, FruiteX-B, CoffeeBerry, NeuroFactor, SproutGarden, Grown American Powders and Extracts, QuinoaTrim, BarleyTrim, Custom Probiotics.

Who's Who

Key Personnel:
Hartley Pond, VP, Tech Sls
ZB Pietrzkowski, Ph.D., VP, R&D
Brad Evers, Dir. Bus. Dev.
Boris Nemzer, Ph.D., Dir. R&D/QA
John Hunter, EVP

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