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Healtheries voted one of New Zealand’s most trusted brands

Healtheries voted one of New Zealand’s most trusted brands


Healtheries has been voted one of the most trusted brands in the New Zealand Reader’s Digest 2014 Most Trusted Brands survey.

For the eighth time, the company has been recognised as the most trusted vitamin and supplement brand in the annual survey. The vitamin and supplement category was included in the survey eight years ago.

Healtheries Supplement senior brand manager Rachel McKendry says topping the category shows New Zealanders value the company’s quality products.
“Our company was founded in 1904 by two Kiwi flour millers who built a business dedicated to the belief that the natural, healthy goodness of stone-ground flours should be easily available to everyone. Today, Healtheries is still driven by the same aim: making natural health easy.”

Healtheries dietary supplements are developed specifically for Kiwi lifestyles. They offer a range of quality, affordable vitamin, mineral, and herbal supplements. Some of the most popular supplements include cold and flu, multivitamins, natural joint care and a kids’ range.

Healtheries products are available in supermarkets nationwide.

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