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New Chemic (US) Inc. was established in the U.S. in 1986. Our main business is the supply of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) from 16 FDA-inspected U.S. cGMP Chinese API manufacturers. Additionally, we are suppliers of OTC pharmaceuticals, vitamins and nutritional supplements to the human generic and veterinary industries. We specialize in the supply of fermentation antibiotics, sulfa drugs, anthelmintics, and other anti-infectives for oral and injectable formulations. We are also one of the largest suppliers of dyestuffs and dyestuff intermediates, flavors, fragrances and natural plant-based colors in the U.S. With close to 100 DMFs and VMFs filed with CDER and CVM, our APIs can be found in over 100 FDA-approved NDAs, ANDAs, NADAs, and ANADAs in the U.S. pharmaceutical market. For more detailed information and to view online or download our lists of products, please visit our Products Page. 


A WORD FROM GREG RUMMO, CEO
On behalf of everyone here at New Chemic (US) Inc., I would like to extend my deepest, heartfelt thanks to our suppliers and our customers who have supported our business for almost 30 years. I also would like to mention my colleagues here, and over in Hong Kong, all of which are incredibly diligent in what they do every day. Some of them have been with me since the beginning. Two worked with me in a previous job where we were also involved in the import business. It is my hope that the decades of experience we have together in the industry has been and will continue to be the main reason you have chosen to do business with us. None of this would be possible without you!  

Given the current state of uncertainty in the livestock industry and the future of antibiotics especially used for growth propmtion in medicated feeds, I addressed these issues in two papers written in February and March of 2016. Links to the published versions as well as to the original papers in Adobe.pdf format are provided below.  

 Are Consumers Well Informed About Antibiotic-free Meat? Beef Magazine, February 29, 2016
(To read the original paper with references, click here

Consumers - Not Science - Are Driving the Demand for Antibiotic-free Meat Beef Magazine, March 31, 2016
(To read the original paper with color charts, graphs and references, click here)