August 31, 2010
SALT LAKE CITYThe Global Organization for EPA and DHA (GOED) now offers a Proud Member" logo program to its member companies. The new logo is designed to help member companies emphasize their affiliation and commitment to ethics on their websites, in business-to-business product brochures, or in other trade advertising and outreach.
"The logo program will help suppliers, manufacturers, retailers and others interested in the health benefits of omega-3s to easily identify the companies who have met GOED's strict quality and ethics standards," said Adam Ismail, GOED's executive director. "Companies using this logo can be immediately identified as omega-3 industry leaders committed to increasing education on and awareness of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA."
GOED's member companies range from omega-3 suppliers and manufacturers to traders and consumer product companies. The more than 80 businesses that are members of the organization have made a commitment to comply with GOED's monograph standard, and adhere to a code of ethics for their respective marketing practices.
GOED is a proactive and accountable association of processors, refiners, manufacturers, distributors, marketers, retailers and supporters of products containing Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) omega-3 fatty acids. The organization's objectives are to promote and protect the category, educate consumers about the health benefits of EPA/DHA, and work with government groups, the healthcare community and the industry, while setting high standards for the business sector.
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