Wellnext Opens Gummy Vitamin Production Plant In Sunrise, Florida
The company’s existing 225,000 square foot Wellnext facility in Sunrise, Florida has the capacity for large-scale projects and complex formulation processes, producing 84 million bottles per year and delivering more than 8 billion doses, with room to grow."
According to company officials, “This new gummy plant is a welcomed addition to Wellnext's long-term commitment to create the best quality products for consumers for every stage of health. The new Wellnext plant uses the latest technology, including non-starch molds and fully robotized equipment to deliver industry-leading purity and quality in a gummy product.
"The opening of our state-of-the-art gummy manufacturing facility is a direct response to consumer enthusiasm for the gummy vitamin format," said Jose Minski, CEO for Wellnext. "Our new gummy plant showcases Wellnext's focus on always leveraging the best in new technologies as we continue to deliver outstanding nutritional products."
Wellnext officials said they are “currently the only manufacturer in the United States producing gummies using non-starch technology, which significantly reduces contamination risk. Legacy starch technologies require recycling of the starch material posing a higher risk of cross contamination. The new Wellnext facility will be able to eliminate any and all cross-contamination via the advanced technology used in this plant. Wellnext's new plant produces both vegetarian and gelatin based gummies.”
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