SCD Receives Canadian Importation Approval

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SCD’s EM –Mother CultureTM has been approved as food grade import by the CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency.) SCD EM – Mother CultureTM is a natural probiotic health supplement, produced through a natural fermentation process harnessing beneficial and effective microorganisms.

SCD (Sustainable Community Development), a leading producer of biotechnology, announces approval by the CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) for import of SCD EM Mother CultureTM into Canada as a food product. SCD EM – Mother CultureTM is known as SCD Efficient MicrobesTM within the United States.

SCD EM –Mother CultureTM is a mixed blend of naturally occurring beneficial microorganisms including lactic acid, yeast and photosynthetic bacteria. SCD EM – Mother CultureTM is a probiotic drink produced through a natural fermentation process. Human bodies contain billions of bacteria, both harmful and good. Probiotics, like SCD EM- Mother CultureTM help repopulate the human body with beneficial microbes, thereby creating a balance within the body of beneficial microbes rather than harmful microbes.

“Nature provides the path to healthier living,” states Matthew Wood, founder and CEO of SCD, LLC. “We are pleased to be able to provide this probiotic health supplement to Canadians. We have several Canadian distributors who will be able to market this to consumers.”

SCD EM - Mother CultureTM is produced in a food-grade facility under food grade conditions. This Kansas City facility has been assessed by NSF International and found to be in compliance with GMP Requirements in NSF/ANSI Standard 173, Section 8 Dietary Supplements.

About SCD

SCD is a leading producer of a natural biotechnology that utilizes beneficial and effective microorganism (“EM”) technology. Founded in 1998, SCD market approach is two-fold. First, SCD markets all natural EM-based products to consumers for health, home and garden uses. Secondly, SCD works with industrial partners to develop industry changing applications using EM technology in the fields of organic agriculture, animal health, waste remediation and industrial clean-up.


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