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Anlit Enters Polish Market with New Food Supplements for Kids
Date:2/15/2012

WARSAW, Poland, February 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Anlit Advanced Nutrition Supplements, an innovative developer of quality consumer vitamins, minerals and dietary supplements for children, will start selling its products in Poland under the brand name Yomi.

Anlit will distribute its wide variety of supplements for kids through a partnership with Laboratoria Natury, a leading local producer of natural healing products. Laboratoria Natury was acquired last year by Anlit's parent company Maabarot Products, a Tel Aviv listed company operating as a holding group in the fields of nutrition and health.

Anlit's Yomi products are aimed at addressing condition-specific solutions for children. All of Yomi products come in the form of pectin-based gummy bears or chewable chocolate-texture bears.

Anlit is introducing a series of dietary supplements to the Polish market for the following conditions:

  • Vitamin C for immune system strengthening
  • Omega 3 fish oil for brain and cognitive development
  • Iron for anemia prevention

"The launch of Anlit's products in Poland is in line with our strategy of further strengthening our hold in the rapidly developing Central and Eastern European market," said Shai Karlinski, VP Marketing at Anlit. "Demand in the Polish market is growing fast as parents are looking for high quality, tasty and easy-to-use supplements to help improve their kids' health and nutrition."

A recent report published by PMR publications predicts that the Polish market of dietary su
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