resVida™, DSM's High-Potency Resveratrol, Delivers Heart Health Benefits in Two New Products From Inverness Medical

Recent scientific studies have indicated that low doses of resveratrol, a natural constituent of red wine, may have significant heart health benefits.

Inverness Medical now offers two new dietary supplement forms of its highly successful Grape Seed product, which contains today’s purest form of resveratrol — resVida™ from DSM Nutritional Products.

TruNature Grape Seed plus Resveratrol is now available in all Costco stores nationwide, while TruNature Resveratrol is now available at

”We considered the unique safety package of resVida™ and its 99% purity to be important factors in launching these exciting new products,” said Rashid Abdul, Inverness Medical’s Vice President of Science and Product Development. ”Their safety and purity are guaranteed by the resVida™ logo feature on the side of the label and the accompanying information tag.”

”resVida™ is highly versatile and ideal for many types of supplement, food, and beverage formulations,” said Reto Rieder, DSM’s Senior Marketing Manager for the ingredient. ”It allows market leaders like Inverness Medical to meet consumers’ growing demand for safe and effective health products that help them maintain their active lifestyle.”

The world’s leading ingredient supplier to food, beverage, dietary supplement manufacturers, DSM Nutritional Products has an international network of technical service, production and distribution facilities and has a major sales and marketing presence in more than 100 countries. In addition to its vast ingredient portfolio, DSM provides unparalleled processing and manufacturing expertise in developing innovative formulations that provide optimum performance and health appeal.

For more information, please contact DSM Nutritional Products, Inc., at 45 Waterview Boulevard, Parsippany, NJ, 07054-1298. Phone: 1-800-526-0189. Website:

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