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Rosemary Gladstar Receives First-Annual ABC Mark Blumenthal Herbal Community Builder Award
Date:2/20/2013

and unite us as an herbal community, are the people who love plants. They are an amazing group of diverse, bright, eccentric, talented, and amazing individuals. I count my lucky stars to be amongst them…. Again, I am humbled and honored by this award."

Although she is unable to be present in person due to a prior commitment, Gladstar will accept the Mark Blumenthal Herbal Community Builder Award via pre-recorded video at the 8th Annual ABC Botanical Celebration and Awards Ceremony in March in Anaheim, California. The ABC event occurs during the annual Nutracon conference and Natural Products Expo West.

The ABC Botanical Celebration and Awards Ceremony is underwritten by generous contributions from the following members of the herb, dietary supplement, and natural products industry (i.e., raw material suppliers, supplement and tea manufacturers, analytical laboratories, a law firm, an insurer, a media company, and a trade organization):

Alkemists Laboratories
Amin Talati, LLC
ChromaDex
EuroPharma
Grifcon Enterprises
Horphag Research
Indena USA, Inc.
Martin Bauer Group

  MegaFood
  Natural Factors Nutritional Products
  New Chapter, Inc.
  New Hope Natural Media
  PlusPharma, Inc.
  RFI Ingredients, LLC
  Traditional Medicinals, Inc.
  United Natural Products Alliance

About the American Botanical Council

Founded in 1988, the American Botanical Council is a leading international nonprofit organization addressing research and educational issues regarding herbs, teas, medicinal plants, essential oils, and other beneficial plant-derived materials. ABC's members include academic researchers and educators; libraries; health professionals and medical institutions; government agencies; members of the herb, dietary supplemen
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