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Functional Ingredient Manufacturer – Vital Force Technology Infuses Raw Materials & Ingredients with Subtle Energy Formula
Date:7/31/2014

White City, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

Food and natural product manufacturers, as well as consumers, are increasingly searching for food alternatives that offer variety, as well as, provide functional and nutritional benefits. The food ingredient market has numerous players operating in the marketplace including small budding players such as Vital Force Technology (VFT). VFT is a science-driven functional ingredient maker with more than 4,000 energetic patterns, all tested to produce stable, effective and repeatable results. In essence by adding their energetic infusions, functional product manufacturers can significantly enhance their formulations.

As part of its consultative relationship with its customers, Vital Force Technology (VFT) today announced the global availability of an enhanced version of Vital Force ™Technology Formulations, which includes dozens of new capabilities that manufacturers say will improve their efficiency and accuracy.

Vital Force™ Technology imprinting process produces significant enhancements of high quality ingredients through a consistent, repeatable, standardized, high-volume production system. The Vital Force™ Technology process creates a point of differentiation that goes beyond marketing hype.

Vital Force Technology (VFT) is founded by former Soviet Union, radio-physicist and inventor Dr. Kronn who developed the first multi-photon tunable generator in the 1980s. Seemingly inexplicable experimental results intrigued Dr. Kronn and spurred him to find a point of connection” between subtle energy and electromagnetic vibrations—where the physical and nonphysical worlds intersect. Dr. Kronn’s profound discoveries about the behaviors of subtle energy led him to invent Vital Force™ Technology, a proprietary method to generate, amplify, record and imprint Subtle Energy/Vital Force into any wellness ingredient or beverage. Vital Force ™Technology is based on new understanding
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