Food for Health International Attends PACK EXPO International

Chicago, ILL & Orem, UT – November 2014 – Frank Davis, CEO of Food for Health International, a leading manufacturer of healthy foods and supplements, announced the company’s attendance at PACK EXPO International, November 2-5 2014 in Chicago, Illinois.  PACK EXPO International, also known as the Advancing Processing & Packaging show, is a 4-day event that features the world’s best processing and packaging solutions and introduces technologies and ideas from all different industries.

Food for Health International will be displaying its innovative solutions for attendees at Booth Number E-10232 Lakeside Lower Hall. Food for Health International’s focus is to exceed customer expectations by delivering premium products on time and within budget. Food for Health International does this do this through close client collaboration, lean operations, agile management, current best manufacturing practices and a focus on innovation. Food for Health International is a privately-held company, flexible and can quickly mobilize to carry out projects of any size. Food for Health International’s mission is to offer a variety of highest quality product processes and powders to meet the rapidly-growing demands of the whole-food nutrition and consumer foods market.

Food for Health International, a leading manufacturer of healthy foods and supplements, uses a proprietary process that enables whole foods to retain their original nutrients throughout processing, creating pure, nutrient-rich and living ingredients. Food for Health International is a privately-held company with an executive leadership team of over 75 years combined experience. The company believes in corporate responsibility and has recycled literally tons of cardboard and plastic. From 2013 until now, Food for Health International’s recycling initiative has saved enough energy to power 90 average U.S. homes for an entire year and saved 4,099 trees, which have the power to neutralize the annual CO2 output of 98 cars.  For more information, please visit www.foodforhealthinternational.com.