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Organic Materials Review Institute Approves TMR’s Utah Sea Minerals

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Trace Minerals Research (TMR) announced that its Utah Sea Minerals™ has been reviewed and approved by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI)  for use in organic production or food processing and handling according to the United States Division of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Program (NOP) Rule.

“Adding Utah Sea Minerals™ to our offering of OMRI Listed products is another huge step for us,” said James Crawford, bulk sales manager for TMR. The company’s ConcenTrace has been OMRI Listed since 2012 and is similar to Utah Sea Minerals™.

TMR submitted product information to OMRI in order to get Utah Sea Minerals™ listed, including all ingredients and manufacturing processes. OMRI specialists reviewed the formula according to strict procedures and guidelines to determine compliance with NOP standards, according to TMR.

“Now that Utah Sea Minerals™ is OMRI Listed, we have two ingredients we can offer manufacturers that they can use to fortify and enhance their organic products,” said Crawford. “Each complex is unique in its own way, but the benefit is that they both contain an all-natural mineral profile of over 72 ionic trace minerals that have been harvested from the Great Salt Lake.”

For more information, visit www.traceminerals.com. 

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