History

In 1993 a small company, Emprise,  located in Grand Prairie, began selling a product called PLUS, and then very soon afterwards Manapol. To do this they used the Network Marketing sales model.

When they went to expand outside Texas they needed to change their name.  After much prayer and discussion the name Mannatech was born in 1994.

For more details about the company, Mannatech:

●  founded in 1994 in Dallas, TX
●  trades on NASDAQ under the symbol MTEX
●  (As a publicly traded company you are assured of the validity in what we say.  What they say is open to scrutiny by anyone, including lawyers….)
●  has State-of-the-Art analytical laboratory used by many PhD students from Dallas/Fort Worth as well as others for their research
●  owner of over 130 patents world wide with more coming on stream
●  its flagship product, Ambrotose® is based on the research in the field of carbohydrates/glycans — glycobiology or glycoscience
●  owns the combination-of-matter patent on a carbohydrate product, with the then theory that this product improved cellular communication
●  in 2009  a symposium  produced  studies  which  confirmed  Dr. McAnnally’s  theory  that  these  carbohydrates  do, in fact, improve cellular communication
●  in 2012 the National Academy of Science published a 209 page study that says that carbohydrates — also known as glycans, glyconutrients, saccharides, or simply as sugars — play central roles in many biological processes and have properties useful in an array of applications.
●  this whole field — glycobiology — is now taught in many universities and colleges throughout the world.
●  many double-blind placebo controlled studies have been published on our products.
●  their science web site contains more information
●  officially became a Social Entrepreneur Company in 2013 where net profits  from sales support the M5M program.
●  the world’s first Social Entrepreneur Company to offer financial rewards
●  Governments are giving millions of $ in grant money to research in the field of glycomics.  (One grant is looking for a synthetic product to prevent and treat disease.)
●  other outside validation can also be found here.