PepZin GI wins ingredient award at Nutracon Conference

PepZin GI wins ingredient award at Nutracon Conference

Xsto Solutions, LLC (XSTO), announces that PepZin GI, one of its branded ingredients, won one of two the coveted Ingredient Idol awards at this year’s Nutracon Conference.

Xsto Solutions, LLC (XSTO), announces that PepZin GI®, one of its branded ingredients, won one of two the coveted Ingredient Idol awards at this year’s Nutracon Conference. PepZin GI is a proprietary ingredient made by Hamari Chemicals of Osaka, Japan and offers clinically validated support for digestive issues. Xsto distributes the ingredient on behalf of Hamari in North America.

The competition winners were voted on by the conference audience based on the criteria of scientific validity and efficacy, market acceptance and credibility. “We were pleased to present PepZin GI at the conference and win this ingredient award” stated Dan Murray of Xsto Solutions. “Hamari has put a great deal of emphasis on scientific support and that effort was recognized by the attendees of Nutracon” he added.

PepZin GI is novel ingredient that supports the structure and function of the mucosal lining of the stomach and digestive system. Recognized as a New Dietary Ingredient in 2002 with over a dozen clinical trials, it has a proven record of efficacy and safety for digestive health.

About XSTO Solutions

XSTO Solutions was established in 2004 and is headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey.  XSTO’s core focus is bringing a small number of new science-supported nutritional ingredients to the functional food and dietary supplement markets across North America. XSTO personnel have successfully and profitably launched new products, driving sales by acting as US-based sales and marketing partners. XSTO has also partnered with small-to medium-sized international ingredient manufacturers to increase sales and marketing focus.  XSTO can be reached at www.xstosolutions.com.

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