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Sabinsa names Shaheen Majeed as company’s worldwide president

Sabinsa names Shaheen Majeed as company’s worldwide president

Sabinsa has promoted its marketing director, Shaheen Majeed, to worldwide president of the company, with responsibility for manufacturing, marketing, strategies and other operational matters.

Majeed’s first job was in the Sabinsa warehouse when he was just 17 years old, and over the past 23 years he has held a variety of positions representing the company's portfolio of proprietary nutritional and cosmeceutical ingredients.

Throughout his time in the company, Majeed oversees Sabinsa’s contract farming program to ensure best agricultural practices and fair pay for farmers.

He is also involved in the cGMP and regulatory compliance at Sabinsa’s factories and offices throughout the world, and oversees GRAS status applications.

Majeed holds board positions with Sabinsa, Sami Labs, and Sami Direct, the group’s multi-level marketing company in India. He oversees an extensive marketing program, Latin America business development, and guides many clinical studies through the publishing process.

In the past, Majeed has managed contract manufacturing, cosmetic marketing, and launched VetVitals, the pet supplements ingredient line. 

Shaheen earned a BA in Economics from Rutgers University, New Jerey, and an MBA in Business Management from Keller Management School in California. In 2009, Natural Foods Merchandiser magazine named him one of 40 under 40 notable members of the industry.

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