Vita-Tech International, Inc. Donates One Ton of Vitamins To Polio Treatment Centers in Guinea, West Africa

Vita-Tech International, Inc., has donated one ton of vitamins to Conakry, Guinea, West Africa, to support nutritionally disadvantaged populations in polio treatment centers throughout the country, as well as rural villages in the area surrounding Conakry. “This donation will provide nutritional support for hundreds of people for a long period, with follow-up shipments planned to insure continuity of care,” according to Tom Tierney, President of Vita-Tech. The donation will be administered by Polio Home, operated throughout the country by the ONG Groupe Lyceum.

“Our earth has no corners, so we are all next door neighbors, ” commented Tierney. “Vita-Tech is very pleased to make a difference via this charitable product outreach,” he said.

Vita-Tech International is a privately held business that manufactures food supplements and nutraceuticals to support human health and successful aging. Founded in 1954, Vita-Tech is one of the oldest such private label firms in the United States. The company differentiates itself by its emphasis on consumer education and positive lifestyles as solutions to health issues when teamed with professional medical guidance.

About Vita-Tech International, Inc. – Vita-Tech International, Inc. of Tustin, CA, is a leader in the nutritional manufacturing of vitamins and supplements. The company manufactures tablets, two-piece capsules and powders of the highest quality. Its ultra-modern analytical laboratory has been pharmaceutically licensed since the Vita-Tech was founded in 1954. With added capabilities in formulation design, packaging services, rigorous quality assurance and a commitment to cGMP, Vita-Tech serves contract manufacturers and private label clients worldwide.

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