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Organika Health Products wins Business (76+ employees)

Organika president Thomas Chin accepts an award he called ‘a great great honour.’  - Rob Newell photo
Organika president Thomas Chin accepts an award he called ‘a great great honour.’
— image credit: Rob Newell photo

With a passion for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, Thomas Chin founded Organika Health Products 22 years ago.

He was the kid who shared apple slices at lunch, the teenager who brought veggies and dip to a party and the dad who gave his sons vitamin gummies and a daily spoonful of fish oil. Good health has long been Chin’s mission.

He hasn’t wavered from it with Organika. His company is dedicated to providing people with health supplements they can trust.

Organika has created more than 450 natural health products to help people around the world lead healthier lives. From raw ingredients to finished products, Organika is committed to providing quality, purity and potency.

Chin called winning a Business Excellence Award “a great great honour.”

“(My) advice—just to believe in your vision and you will receive.”

Also nominated: Ansan Traffic Group, Star Solutions International Inc., Teleflex Canada.

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