Gee Lawson at Vitafoods – 6TH TO 8TH MAY 2008 – Geneva - Switzerland

Gee Lawson, one of Europe’s leading supplier to the food, nutraceutical and supplement market, has an extensive range of high-quality, ethical products sourced from all over the world and their increasing portfolio of products will be featured on Stand no.147 at Vitafoods.

With over than 300 products in stock, sourced from approved, dedicated suppliers, they can fulfil all requirements quickly and efficiently. Products range from well-known trademarked items, to generic and speciality materials, including glucosamine, chondoitin, coenzyme Q10, enzymes and amino acids, herbal oils and extracts, probiotics and chelated minerals, marine products and many more. Not only are there products under the Gee Lawson brand but many key trademarked products with worldwide reputations such as Pycnogenol, Ester C, OptiMSM, MenaQ7, Phase 2, Neopuntia

Jonathan Shorts Managing Director of Gee Lawson believes that providing quality ethical products has been essential for the success of the company. “We continue to supply only the highest quality products. These may be slightly higher priced, but it is important that you know the source of the products you are buying. We have reinforced our commitment by investing in a Photo Stimulated Luminesence (PSL) machine for the routine testing of all our incoming ingredients for evidence of irradiation. It is also why all materials we supply come with a certificate of analysis, GMO and non-irradiated status, and allergen data. How many other suppliers offer such peace of mind?”

Much has changed since the company started in 1939 but our principles of building profitable and ethical business relationships with customers and suppliers, together with a commitment to the quality and integrity of our products, have remained steadfast

The Gee Lawson stand will be manned by qualified staff to answer any questions you may have, so please visit them on stand number 147.

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