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Nutra-Life Awarded Supplier Of The Year

17 October 2003

Nutra-Life Awarded Supplier Of The Year

New Zealand health supplements manufacturer, Nutra-Life Health & Fitness NZ Ltd has been awarded Supplier of the Year by Australia’s largest health food store chain, Healthy Life.

Nutra-Life was selected among dozens of New Zealand and Australian suppliers who provide product to the 80 plus store chain.

The award was based on Nutra-Life’s handling of the recent Pan Pharmaceutical recall, its retail servicing levels, innovation, promotional programmes support, staff training programmes and relationship management.

Mark Mathews, ceo, of Nutra-Life said the award was a real credit to the organisation and its handling of the Pan Pharmaceutical recall.

“It was a difficult time for all health supplement manufacturers both here and in Australia. We made sure that everything possible was done to remedy the situation and support our retailers throughout the process,” says Mr Mathews.

Nutra-Life is a major supplier to the nutritional products market, both in New Zealand and Australia and it currently exports to more than 20 other countries. Nutra-Life’s brands include Kordel’s Advanced Nutrition, Nutra-Life General Nutrition, Wagner Pro-Biotics, Balance Muscle Technologies, Nutra-Life sports nutrition and a number of other supplements, herbals and sports nutrition products.

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