Deerland Enzymes launches YourBlend

Deerland Enzymes launches YourBlend

Online custom formulation tool gives users the ability to choose specific ingredients, delivery methods and packaging options for their product concepts.

Deerland Enzymes, an international enzyme-based dietary supplement formulator and contract manufacturer, has announced the launch of the newest feature to the company’s website. The YourBlend® online formulator gives users the ability to choose the specific ingredients, delivery methods and packaging options for their product concept. This interactive tool is the first of its kind, and allows customers to build a truly unique and customized formula for their supplement product. With this cutting-edge technology, supplement manufacturers and marketers now have innovation at their fingertips, with a “virtual product formulator” on call 24/7.

Visitors to the YourBlend web tool can expect to see ingredient options including enzymes, probiotics, prebiotics, and nutraceuticals and botanicals. With more than 65 specific ingredients listed and countless others available, the combination possibilities are innumerable. Users also have the ability to choose delivery methods, such as bulk blends and capsules, as well as packaging options.

“The online formulator is an extension of Deerland Enzymes’ no-cost YourBlend service, which provides customers with the expertise and support to develop a customized product that is targeted to the specific performance benefits they’re seeking,” explains Kristin Wilhoyte, Deerland’s marketing communications manager. 

CEO Scott Ravech adds, “Deerland Enzymes’ service goes far beyond just supplying ingredients.  We’re proud of our role as being ‘the brains behind the brands™’—supplying innovative solutions and unrivaled experience to the most successful supplement marketers in the industry.”

The company will provide demonstrations of the new tool at its booth at SupplySide West in November. For a sneak peek, visit



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