Adam Adelmann Joins Capstone Nutrition as Vice President of Sales

<p>Capstone Nutrition (&ldquo;Capstone&rdquo;), one of the largest non-branded contract manufacturers of health and dietary supplements in the United States, today announced the appointment of Adam Adelmann as Vice President of Sales. </p>

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Capstone Nutrition (“Capstone”), one of the largest non-branded contract manufacturers of health and dietary supplements in the United States, today announced the appointment of Adam Adelmann as Vice President of Sales.

Adelmann brings to Capstone over 20 years of sales experience with a significant background in the nutraceutical industry, including nearly 10 years at Capsugel, where he most recently served as National Sales Manager in its Consumer Health and Nutrition division. 

“I am excited to work with the team at Capstone, one of the country’s most established contract manufacturers,” said Adelmann. “I look forward to promoting the organization’s first-rate product development and operational excellence while supporting the company’s mission to deliver high-quality nutritional products and outstanding customer service.”

Adelmann’s appointment follows other recent senior hires, as well as customer growth and new internal cultural initiatives, which together are enabling Capstone to make significant strides in strengthening its industry leading position.

“We are pleased to welcome Adam as Vice President of Sales,” said Jared Leishman, CEO of Capstone. “His extensive professional network and strong sales management background will further enhance Capstone’s ability to deliver industry leading customer value.”

Capstone’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, unparalleled product development team, and numerous certifications, including TGA, Organic, Kosher, Halal, non-GMO, NSF GMP and NSF for Sport, give it a market leading advantage in countries across the world. To learn more, visit www.CapstoneNutrition.com

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