Made in Washington: Metagenics

Founded in 1983, Metagenics produces nutritional supplements, medical foods and lifestyle programs to help people achieve their health goals.
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A batch of OmegaGenics EPA-DHA 1000 softgels awaits packaging.

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California-based supplements maker Metagenics employs about 200 people at its Gig Harbor campus — a five-building, 100,000-square-foot complex housing manufacturing, operations and R&D. Founded in 1983, Metagenics produces nutritional supplements, medical foods and lifestyle programs to help people achieve their health goals.

It became a subsidiary of Alticor Inc. in 2009 and employs more than 1,000 persons worldwide, generating more than $330 million in global sales last year. Italy, South Africa and Taiwan are among its strongest international markets. 

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