Bioriginal Highlights Chewable Flavored Softgels At NPEW

Bioriginal, booth 546, Natural Products Expo West, Anaheim, March 8-11 2007.

Complete essential fatty acid (EFA) solutions provider, Bioriginal, will be putting fun and flavor into EFAs at this year’s Natural Products Expo West, with an innovative new range of chewable flavored softgels. Available in fruity flavors, the unique soft gelatin shell and smaller softgel size make the product easy to chew and great for kids and older generations alike. Each product offers specific health benefits, including heart, skin, brain and eye health.

Since 2002, 93 per cent more consumers indicate they would purchase supplements if they were available in chewable form.[1] Responding to this demand, Bioriginal’s chewable softgels provide a tasty, appealing alternative to conventional formats, while offering consumers the convenience and health benefits they desire.

Bioriginal’s chewable softgels contain EFA oils from the highest quality fish and plant sources available, guaranteeing purity and potency in every batch. The new chewable line offers specific, targeted benefits for skin health (GLA), heart health (ALA) and brain health (DHA).

According to recent statistics, consumption of condition-specific supplements has more than doubled in the past seven years.[2] With the growth of the condition-specific market, Bioriginal will also be launching its Multi EFA Plus ‘X’ range, which combines fatty acids from both fish and plant with other healthy ingredients, such as, CoQ10, lutein and lycopene.

As a leading complete EFA solutions provider, Bioriginal offers a global supply of EFA oils in a wide range of delivery forms that can be custom-made to specification. Experts from the company will be on stand at NPEW to discuss Bioriginal’s innovative EFA products.


For further information please contact: Bioriginal Food & Science Corp., 102 Melville Street, Saskatoon, SK, S7J 0R1 Canada.

Tel: (306) 975-1166 Fax: (306) 242-3829

Email: [email protected] Or visit:

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