August 13, 2021
Nature’s Value Inc., a global contract vitamin and dietary supplements manufacturer, that will create more than 183 new jobs in Forsyth County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. The company will be expanding its manufacturing operations to Winston-Salem with an investment exceeding $19 million.
“More and more manufacturers are making a home in North Carolina,” said Governor Cooper. “Forsyth County’s rich manufacturing legacy combined with the state’s affordable cost of living and strong transportation infrastructure, will continue to provide a stable foundation where growing manufacturers can thrive.”
Nature’s Value is a one of the nation’s leading producer of vitamins and dietary supplements. The New York-based company has been manufacturing, packaging and distributing high-quality products for private labels since 1992. With the continued use of advanced manufacturing and testing equipment in a GMP facility, Nature’s Value will expand its manufacturing to Winston-Salem’s Whitaker Park and consolidate operations to one 426,000 square-foot state-of-the-art manufacturing, testing and laboratory production center.
“This expansion project will help us to be more competitive and allow us to be more accessible to our main customers, while creating employment and economic prospects for the talented North Carolina working community.” said Oscar Ramjeet, CEO of Nature’s Value. “We look forward to the opportunities that this expansion project will bring.”
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