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New Multivitamins Target Concern Over China's Quality Problems
Date:2/22/2010

Prosynthesis Laboratories, Inc. has announced the launch of opurity™, a premium multivitamin multi-mineral supplement. Within a highly competitive market, the Sterling, VA based nutrition company has aroused interest and invited controversy because of what it’s not – specifically, it is not “made in China”. Defying industry trends, opurity was uniquely designed and developed to exclude vitamin ingredients from China. There is, however, a bigger question for US consumers implied in this approach. Should we trust our health to China?

(PRWEB) February 22, 2010 -- Prosynthesis Laboratories, Inc. has announced the launch of opurity™, a premium multivitamin multi-mineral supplement. Within a highly competitive market, the Sterling, VA based nutrition company has aroused interest and invited controversy because of what it’s not – specifically, it is not “made in China”. Defying industry trends, opurity was uniquely designed and developed to exclude vitamin ingredients from China. There is, however, a bigger question for US consumers implied in this approach. Should we trust our health to China?

For most Americans, multivitamins represent an investment in their health and well-being. Millions of adults take some form of multivitamin to get the nutrients they need. With a single tablet, consumers can meet the daily recommendations for Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Folic Acid, Iron and other essential vitamins and minerals. It’s easy and fits within our busy lifestyles. The daily ritual of taking multivitamins also helps re-affirm a commitment to good health – and offers peace of mind as we start our day. In many ways, multivitamins offer the most visible example of consumers taking control over their own health. Given the direction of the multivitamin industry, however, many consumers have tied their peace of mind, sense of control and
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