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Vitalah® Announces New Packaging for Oxylent®— Its Award-Winning Line of Multivitamins for the Whole Family
Date:12/10/2013

Santa Cruz County, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2013

New improved formulas and new improved packaging have topped the list of priorities in 2014 for Vitalah, creators of Oxylent, the modern and safe solution for consumers to get the micronutrients they need.

"We’ve been improving our products and packaging to offer new features and benefits to our customers—including our announcement that all of our formulas are now non-GMO. The packaging, which hits retail stores in December and January offers a fresh new look, revamped graphic design, and a more inviting color scheme," announces Founder and CEO Lisa Lent. "We listened to our customers and gave them what they asked for, including greater differentiation for the three sparkling fruit flavors of Oxylent."

Oxylent’s new look makes it easier for shoppers to evaluate and compare Oxylent as a daily multivitamin by highlighting the 5-in-1 formula of vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, amino acids, and antioxidants on the front of the individual packets and boxes.

"The value and quality are better reflected now," adds Lisa. "We have a premium brand at a higher price point than other effervescents on the market because Oxylent is a full spectrum multivitamin that contains Albion minerals, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, SOD, the hottest antioxidant on the market, and a unique panel of micronutrients in absorbable drink form. Top of the line ingredients and technology have defined our strategy in producing a state-of-the-art product for those that want premium nutritional support."

Oxylent delivers vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids and electrolytes without the use of sugar, GMOs, gluten, artificial additives, preservatives, dairy, soy, caffeine, binders, or anti-caking agents. The product is sweetened with natural stevia, a plant-based sweetener that provides the sweetness of sugar without the calories or increase in blood sugar levels.

Vitalah was founded by Lisa Lent as an "invitation to health" born from her passion to create a healthy travel experience and the ultimate supplement for everyday life. Her product, Oxylent, is an effervescent multivitamin containing a unique blend of high-quality vitamins and essential nutrients that create a synergistic environment, enabling the body to function at peak levels. Oxylent is available at health food stores nationwide and online. Purchasing Oxylent supports Vitamin Angels®—a global organization that provides under-nourished children with nutritional supplements. Visit http://www.oxylent.com, or call 877.OXYLENT (877.699.5368). Find Oxylent on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/oxylent and on Twitter at @oxylent.

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