Worthington Biochemical Corporation
In 1947, Charles C. Worthington founded the Worthington Biochemical Company in Freehold, New Jersey for the purpose of preparing enzymes for the growing biochemical research community. While we regularly add new employees as we expand, a significant percentage of our staff has been with the company for over 25 years. Many of our employees are relatives and friends of current and former employees. It is a true family-owned and oriented company focused on long-term growth.
Greetings from Von Worthington, President and CEO
Working Together Opening the Potential for Research Innovation
Worthington wishes to thank our loyal customers for their continued support and feedback. Your comments and suggestions help us to constantly evolve our product lines and enhance educational materials and service. Sharing our enzyme expertise is a top priority at Worthington, authoring technical manuals and guides both in print and digital formats. As well, we are cited in thousands of respected scientific journals across the globe.
To Support Your Research, We Provide Online Resources to Include:
- Advanced tissue search feature in the tissue dissociation guide section of our website
- Comprehensive citations listings within the product sections and article snippets with technique filtering capabilities
- Collagenase Sampling Program to pre-test a particular lot of enzyme you are planning to use in your experiment. This free service allows you to pre-sample several different lots of collagenase at a time and select the best of the group for the application.
In 1947, Charles C. Worthington founded the Worthington Biochemical Company in Freehold, New Jersey for the purpose of preparing enzymes for the growing biochemical research community.
Through the years Worthington has been bought and sold several times, and in 1987 returned to the Worthington family after ten years of outside ownership. The third generation is now working at the company and helps maintain our commitment to providing the biochemical community with high-purity enzymes and related biochemical products.
As we wrote in the 1961 Worthington Enzyme Manual, "Suggestions for new products are always welcome and although it is sometimes impossible for us to comply with some of the special requests, all are thoroughly considered. Many of the new products herein listed were so initiated. We would like to thank our many friends for their past cooperation and to wish them continued success in their future undertakings."
So, to all of you from Worthington on the occasion of our 75th anniversary, a very heart-felt Thank You.
Von Worthington, President
Nancy Worthington, Document Control
Andrew Worthington, Scientist
Chuck Worthington, Manufacturing Engineer
Lisa Worthington, Solution Architect
And the entire Worthington team!
Worthington Biochemical Corp. is an ISO 9001-certified, Equal Opportunity Employer. A small, private employer, Worthington's reputation for producing quality products for all types of global life science applications is the result of over 70 years of experience.
We have no job openings at this time, and do not accept unsolicited resumes. Future opportunities will be posted as available. Worthington Biochemical Corp. appreciates your interest.