Avatar Corporation

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Avatar Corporation, founded in 1982, is a manufacturer and marketer of products for the food, drug and personal care industries. Our products are produced to the highest quality standards in full compliance with Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).To support the growing needs of the industries we serve, Avatar Corporation commissioned our current facility in University Park, IL in 1998. This state of the art 23-acre facility is dedicated to producing our products to the highest levels of purity and performance for our valued customers.

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