Morristown, NJ — The third edition of PLTNEXT Global Search for Innovation program, created by PLT health Solutions, Inc. has recently been announced. The Global Search Program is utilized as a connection point between technology and ingredient visionaries to help with commercialization and product development. Selected organizations and companies will be invited to utilize PLT’s experts in the intellectual property, product development, regulatory, sales and scientific fields in order to increase the marketability and implementation of new concepts and ideas.

The new third edition of PLTNEXT Global Search for Innovation is focusing on clean label technology and ingredient developers as well as sports nutrition companies worldwide. According to Seth Flowerman, the company's executive vice president, PLT is engaged in dialogue with a number of major consumer products companies searching for innovative solutions. "PLT is actively engaged in health and wellness, sports nutrition and clean label solutions — with an exciting and growing portfolio of ingredients in each. In all of these areas, we have the ability to engage in a dialogue with the industry and help fast-track the introduction of new concepts into the market," he said in a press release. Companies and organizations with an interest to apply during the March 15 to June 15 period can do so

According to Devin Stagg, vice president, strategy & business development at PLT Health Solutions, PLTNEXT is the company's on-going business-wide commitment to innovation in the health and wellness space. "In North America and around the world, PLT Health Solutions has a reputation as an ingredient innovator with consumer products companies. What distinguishes our efforts, however, is the comprehensive vetting of ingredients for their scientific, regulatory and quality systems readiness and our ability to bring buttoned up solutions to our customers. The PLTNEXT Global Search for Innovation is all about putting this infrastructure and expertise to work for the introduction of promising new ingredients and technologies," Stagg said.