MartinBauer adds US-grown Echinacea to its portfolio

Farmed and naturally dried in the Pacific Northwest, the company manages the echinacea production through its agricultural arm based in Oregon and in close cooperation with its long-term partner farms.

MartinBauer (Secaucus, NJ) added a U.S.-grown and processed Echinacea purpurea to its product portfolio. Farmed and naturally dried in the Pacific Northwest, the company manages the echinacea production through its agricultural arm based in Oregon and in close cooperation with its long-term partner farms.

“MartinBauer is pleased to expand and offer new and future crops through our network of local farms throughout North America,” said George Pontiakos, COO at MartinBauer, in a press release. “In doing so, we are offering our customers new options for sourcing premium botanical ingredients right here in the United States.”