MegaFood expands supplements line
MegaFood, a brand that focuses on creating vitamins and supplements with whole foods, unveiled its new innovations.
The Baltimore-based company is introducing four new innovations that are Non-GMO Project Verified and certified Glyphosate Residue Free, or GRF, by the Detox Project.
“At MegaFood, we’re all about nutrition with ambition — from producing high-quality supplements made with real food from trusted farm partners to revolutionizing the agriculture system through our social impact initiatives, we are out to change the world by using our business as a force for good,” Robert Craven, CEO of MegaFood, said. “For over 40 years, we’ve been committed to making premium supplements with real, whole foods — and today, that dedication is stronger than ever. In working with farm partners that share our passion for sustainable and regenerative agriculture, our new innovations are a testament to our commitment to ‘real’ nutrition you can see and taste.”
The brand’s new innovations include:
- Adult Multivitamin Powders, which are free of sweeteners and preservatives and come in Daily Multi Powder for Women, Daily Multi Powder for Women 55+, Daily Multi Powder for Men, Daily Multi Powder for Men 55+, Daily Multi Powder for Baby and Me and Daily Multi Powder Iron Free varieties;
- MegaFood Gummies, which address such issues as immunity, joint health and sleep support among others. Each is made with two grams of sugar or less, real food sourced from trusted farm partners and does not contain added colorings, preservatives or high-fructose corn syrup;
- Acute Defense Tablets, which contain high-quality echinacea, vitamin C, zinc and elderberry. It is formulated to support quick immune system responses and encourages optimal immune health; and
- Shelf Stable Probiotics, which is made with vegetarian acid-resistant capsules, and comes in Digestive Health, Mood, Energy, Immune Defense and Women’s Health varieties.
Further information on each of the new products, including pricing, can be found on MegaFood’s website.
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