Enzymedica Chooses Vcaps Plus® by Capsugel as Capsule of Choice

Florida based enzyme manufacturer Enzymedica, Inc., today announced that they have begun phasing in Vcaps Plus as the capsule of choice for all Enzymedica encapsulated products.

Maday Labrador, Enzymedica’s Director of Research and Development explains, “Vcaps Plus capsules are made from Hypromellose, derived from plant cellulose fibers, and contain no gelling agents. We chose the quality of Vcaps Plus because it resonates with the Enzymedica consumer, who seeks out quality, and above all a clean product, in light of potential digestive and other concerns.”

Enzymedica’s retail accounts and consumers will begin seeing Vcaps Plus included in their next order of Digest Gold™ which is shipping later this month. Digest and Digest Gold are the two top selling digestive enzymes on the US market according to SPINS, a market research and consulting firm for the Natural Products Industry.

Capsugel, the manufacturers of Vcaps Plus emphasize that this variety of capsule is, “the perfect choice for vegetarian consumers, as well as those with specific cultural needs. They are made from a commonly used cellulose raw material (hypromellose) that is ideal for moisture-sensitive ingredients. Vcaps Plus capsules are also Kosher certified, Halal Certified and Vegetarian Society Approved.”

Enzymedica is committed to tailoring their products to growing needs of the dietary supplement consumer. To learn more about Enzymedica products as well as purchase locations, visit www.Enzymedica.com.

About Enzymedica, Inc.:
Florida-based Enzymedica, Inc., was founded in 1998 to offer consumers targeted enzyme products that address digestion issues, food allergies and intolerances, cardiovascular issues, immune function and inflammation. The exclusive Enzymedica Thera-blend™ process combines different strains of each major enzyme to work more broadly in the digestive tract and throughout the entire body. Enzymedica's products are made from only the highest quality plant and plant-based enzymes.

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