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National Enzyme Co. (NEC) owner and president Anthony Collier celebrated 35 years of ownership on July 1.

July 31, 2014

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National Enzyme Co. President Celebrates 35 Years with Company

FORSYTH, Mo.—National Enzyme Co. (NEC) owner and president Anthony Collier celebrated 35 years of ownership on July 1.

Collier began working at NEC in 1977 with the company’s founder Dr.  Edward Howell. In 1979, he purchased the company and moved it to Forsyth.

Collier expanded the company over the past 35 years and still educates people about enzymes. He’s currently co-writing his first book “The Power of Enzymes: Your Ticket to a Healthier Life," which will release later this year.

In January, NEC joined the Council for Responsible Nutrition.

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