Sabinsa mourns passing of CEO V.G. Nair

V.G. Nair.   Image courtesy of Sami-Sabinsa
V.G. Nair. Image courtesy of Sami-Sabinsa

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Dr. Muhammed Majeed, Sami-Sabinsa Group’s founder, Chairman, and Managing Director, has expressed his sadness at the death of the group’s CEO, V.G. Nair.

Nair passed away on July 6 due to complications from Covid-19.

His many contributions to the Sami-Sabinsa Group began decades ago as a supplier helping secure Sabinsa’s stock of Garcinia cambogia​, the company’s first blockbuster ingredient product.

After joining the company, he played a significant role in establishing Sabinsa’s legendary consistency in supply, manufacturing, and exports, said the company in a release.

“We offer our sincere condolences to the grieving family, friends, and loved ones of Mr. Nair,”​ said Dr. Majeed. “In addition to his hard work and talents that helped make Sabinsa so successful, he was a kind and thoughtful man, and will be deeply missed by us all.”



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