Standard Process President Charles C. DuBois (left) accepted an appreciation award from the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress. The award was presented by Kent S. Greenawalt, chairman and founder of the Foundation (center) and Rebecca Halstead, Foundation spokesperson and retired U.S. Army Brigadier General (right). (Photo: Business Wire)
“Charlie and Standard Process are truly dedicated to helping the Foundation generate positive press for the chiropractic profession,” said Greenawalt. “Through his efforts and others, the Foundation has been able to grow substantially over the last year and we are very grateful for his support.”
For DuBois, it was an unexpected honor from the Foundation. “I am humbled by the Foundation’s appreciation. The partnership between chiropractic and nutrition is a key solution to the future of health care,” said DuBois. “We all have an obligation to do as much as possible to help chiropractic grow, and to ensure that we support chiropractors and organizations who work so diligently to make a difference.”
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About Standard Process Inc.
For more than 80 years, Standard Process, headquartered in Palmyra, Wis., has provided health care professionals with high-quality, nutritional whole food supplements. Standard Process offers more than 300 products through three product lines: Standard Process whole food supplements, Standard Process Veterinary Formulas, and MediHerb herbal supplements. The products are available only through health care professionals.
Standard Process is involved in every step of production. The company grows crops on company-owned, organically certified farmland, utilizes state-of-the-art manufacturing processes, and employs the highest quality control standards. Standard Process strictly adheres to the Food and Drug Administration’s good manufacturing practice requirements. Through these measures, Standard Process can ensure that its products are of the utmost quality. Standard Process was recently named a Top 100 Workplace in Southeastern Wisconsin.