EAST LONGMEADOW, MASS. — W.F. Young received two awards at the National Animal Supplement Council’s (NASC) 2022 Conference, which was held June 7 to 9 in St. Louis.
The animal health company received the NASC Visionary award, which recognizes founding members of the NASC, and the Visibility award, which recognizes outstanding promotion of the NASC Quality seal. Audra Mulligan, director of regulatory affairs and development of NASC, accepted the award on behalf of W.F. Young.
“We’re honored and grateful for the NASC’s recognition, it has been a pleasure to work with them for over twenty years,” said Jaime McKinley, president of W.F. Young. “It’s important for us to align with an organization that cares about the wellness of our products as much as we do. We hope to maintain our relationship for years to come, and in that partnership, continue to assure customers that their pets receive the best quality and care.”
As a non-profit, NASC is committed to protecting and enhancing the health of companion animals through supplement safety and quality. The council was founded in 2001, following industry concerns surrounding animal supplements, especially for dogs, cats and horses.
In addition to hosting an awards gala, NASC’s 2022 Conference also featured networking opportunities, an exhibition and several educational sessions on science, compliance, business and marketing regarding animal supplements.
W.F. Young manufactures two supplement lines, Absorbine®, focused on horse health, and The Missing Link®, which offers products for dogs, cats and birds.
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