UAS Labs donates over $46,000 of probiotic supplements

UAS Laboratories has donated over $46,000 of probiotic supplements to charity, distributed to children in 50 countries worldwide.

UAS Laboratories has announced that they have donated over $46,000 of probiotic supplements to charity. The donation offers 187,534 servings of probiotics and will be given to populations in over 50 different nations in need.

“We are happy to be able to provide life affirming probiotics to children in need,” said UAS LifeSciences Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Ken Seguine.

Around the world, almost 870 million people are suffering from malnutrition. Malnutrition is the cause of 45 percent of all deaths among children under five. UAS Labs is dedicated to bettering the health of not only their customers but also to those with compromised digestion and immune systems.

UAS Labs has furthered its commitment to supporting a healthier world by also offering a percentage of its sales to Vitamin Angels; an organization which helps at-risk populations in need gain access to lifesaving vitamins and minerals. In 2013, Vitamin Angels supplied vital nutrients to nearly 30,000,000 children in nearly 45 countries.

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