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NutriaCare appoints Dr. Robert Corish as Medical Director

12 December 2013

NutriaCare Group appoints Dr. Robert Corish as Medical Director

Nutriacare Group, has announced the appointment of Dr. Robert Corish to the role of Medical Director of the company. Corish, originally from the UK, has practiced medicine in the United States, Australia and New Zealand. Dr. Corish is published in the area of nutrition and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role.

Dr. Corish has previously contributed his medical expertise to NutriaCare, consulting on Nuenfant Gold; the company’s premium New Zealand produced infant formula. Nuenfant Gold launched in China 12 months ago and will be available in supermarkets and baby stores across New Zealand, following a recent successful trial with New World.

NutriaCare CEO, Mark Fankhauser, says he is looking forward to working with Dr. Corish in his new capacity.

“At NutriaCare, we pride ourselves on the commitment to put mother and child first. This appointment shows how important we hold this promise. Dr. Corish is an experienced and respected medical practitioner and will bring a new level of capability to our team. Given the recent turmoil in the market concerning product contamination we also wanted to ensure our product is always as clinically safe as possible.”

“Nuenfant infant formula is made of the highest quality New Zealand ingredients and while breast milk should always be the first choice, NutriaCare manufacture the best infant formula on the market. I am delighted to join the team and apply my expertise to the role” says Dr. Corish.

For more information on Nutriacare Group and Nuenfant Gold, visitwww.nutriacare.co.nz.

About NutriaCare Group
Experts agree that when it comes to caring for babies, breast milk is best – but sometimes circumstances mean a mother needs extra help. That’s where NutriaCare infant formulas can help to provide much needed nutrition.

NutriaCare is a 100% New Zealand operated infant formula company that makes high-quality infant formula products for babies from birth to 3 years. All of NutriaCare’s raw materials and ingredients are sourced and manufactured in New Zealand. NutriaCare’s aim is to reflect the genuine New Zealand way of life.

ENDS

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