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Genosa won the Nutra Ingredients Award 2017

In a team with Solvitae Medical, Genosa, a company previously hosted at EBN member Bic Euronova, has won a prestigious Nutra Ingredients award 2017 for their supplement  Alyvium!

Alyvium is a clinically tested dietary supplement offering natural alternative to relieve skin issues such as dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis. This supplement presents optimal combination of natural olive polyphenols, vitamin A, biotin and riboflavin, contributing to the normal function of the immune system and maintenance of healthy skin.

The strategic partnership with Solvitae Medical ended up being a great success, with the team winning the award for “Food Supplement of the Year” category!

Solvitae Team collecting the award (May 10, Geneva)

"We are very excited, as we have worked for years on the development of this natural product, with clinical evidence, which helps many people to maintain their health and wellbeing”, said Rosalia de Castro, from Solvitae Medical Team.

Upon receiving the award, Genosa’s CEO, Carlos Peña said that his greatest satisfaction is Alyvium’s ability to help people with skin problems in a natural way:

"This award is a great success for us, especially knowing the enormous competition that exists in the market today. However, the most satisfying thing is not the prize, but the ability to help many people thanks to Alyvium."

Genosa has as well been rewarded in 2016 with the  CommeBeBiz Awards. The team of Genosa is always looking  for new challenges, and they are looking for partners to collaborate and internationalise, mainly in the field of health and food supplement industry.



Associated project: CommBeBiz
Associated member: BIC Euronova S.A.
Published on 09-06-2017 00:00 by Lana Blagojevic. 14145 page views

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