Consumers have long trusted MRM to create innovative sports and wellness supplements using high quality ingredients. With the advent of a plant-based, GMO-free nutritional supplement line, MRM is now poised to address nutritional needs within a rapidly growing consumer segment.
"All products in the MRM Veggie Series—from bone and joint support to protein-fortified meal replacement products—have been officially enrolled in, and rigorously tested by, the Non-GMO Project," says MRM founder and president Mark Olson .
The Non-GMO Project is currently the sole respected verifying body of GMO-free products in the world, and Olson says few nutrition companies currently offer this valuable assurance.
The MRM Veggie Series consists of four unique products formulated exclusively for vegans and vegetarians, and those who seek dietary alternatives to animal-based products. Many ingredients have also been registered and approved by both the Vegan Society and Vegetarian Society. All are certified gluten-free and non-GMO, and are formulated without artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.
MRM Veggie Protein: Rich in Omega-3s, -6s and -9s, each serving of easily digested protein is packed with essential amino acids, digestive enzymes, and antioxidants protection from over 13 different non-GMO fruits and vegetables.
MRM Veggie Elite: An industry first, vegan-friendly protein that rivals whey in meeting or exceeding bioavailability requirements of the human body, and features superior amino acid profiles and digestibility. Ideal for elite strength and endurance athletes.
MRM Vegan Bone Maximizer: Made with organic calcified algae that meets stringent Vegan Society registration guidelines, Vegan Bone Maximizer supports bone density, strength and health, and is certified GMO-free. Vegan Society registered.
MRM Vegan Vitamin D3 (2,500/5,000 IU): Contains cholecalciferol, the most bioavailable form of vitamin D3—sourced exclusively from lichen extract, not lanolin—for optimal bone health. Certified GMO-free.
The MRM Veggie Series assures healthy options for practicing vegans and vegetarians that won't compromise ethics, and offers alternatives to a growing population interested in eliminating a portion of animal protein from the diet, reducing carbon footprint, and conserving resources such as water and fossil fuel.