Deerland Enzymes launches redesigned website

Deerland Enzymes launches redesigned website now showcases a more modern look with improved functionality, increased content and notable features such as the YourBlend Formulator and Educator tool. 

Deerland Enzymes, an international enzyme and probiotic-based dietary supplement formulator and contract manufacturer, is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned company website,

The new showcases a more modern look with improved functionality and increased content. One of the most notable features of the site is the YourBlend Formulator and Educator tool. Accessible from the home page, the formulator has been enhanced with educational tools allowing users to have a unique interactive experience by building their own customized supplement formulation, while getting helpful tips along the way. Supplement companies who may be new to enzymes or probiotic formulations will find this tool particularly helpful in discovering the formulation options available to them, as well as other manufacturing considerations such as delivery formats and packaging.

The redesigned website features a robust Resources section that includes news from the dietary supplement industry, educational articles, a glossary of terms, detailed descriptions of enzyme and probiotic functions for supplements as well as access to various reference studies related to enzymes and probiotics.  “This new website will keep pace with our rapidly growing industry by frequently rolling out new content, educational articles, and other helpful resources,” says Kristin Wilhoyte, marketing communications manager.

“This is more than a website redesign,” adds Scott Ravech, CEO. “This new online experience provides a ‘one-stop-shop’ for supplement industry professionals, and is the result of Deerland’s continued commitment to delivering value to website visitors and customers.”

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