Gold Coast Company Morlife wins 'Best Newcomer' at Gulfood Awards

Gold Coast Company Morlife wins 'Best Newcomer' at Gulfood Awards

Morlife, beat out 150 entrants from 23 different countries across the globe to receive the award for Best Newcomer at the Gulfood Awards held in Dubai on the 27th February 2011.

Family owned local business—Morlife, beat out 150 entrants from 23 different countries across the globe to receive the award for Best Newcomer at the Gulfood Awards held in Dubai on the 27th February 2011. The awards were held during a gala dinner that kicked off the 2011 annual Gulfood Conference in Dubai. Morlife’s Goji Anti’ox toasted muesli also achieved a finalist ranking in the Best New Functional Food or Drink category.

It has been a very exciting year for this family owned business as this latest achievement comes on the heels of winning the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards last November, and a finalist placing in 5 other awards.

Morlife is a medium sized Gold Coast company who manufactures and sells foods that have a functional benefit to them. Their business mission is to ensure consumers see the marked difference between ordinary food and functional food e.g. a well-known milkshake powder is merely colour, and sugar. Morlife Milkashake contains nature’s immune stimulating food, colostrum, and a complement of immune nutrients.

The company sees a huge movement in lifestyle habits, in particular eating. People, who adopt an intake of functional foods, are seeing significant gains in wellness. Morlife is dedicated to continuing research and product development of nutrient dense functional foods that also taste good.

For additional information on Morlife or to obtain product samples visit www.morlifeinternational.com. Morlife products are sold online at www.morlife.com, in select health food stores and Woolworths.

About Morlife

Morlife is an Australian owned and operated company, established on the Gold coast, Queensland in 2002 and has been leading the development in functional foods in Australia ever since

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