ExcelVite is pleased to announce that two of the winning products of SupplySide Editor’s Choice Awards carry ingredients from its EVNol™ series of palm tocotrienol complex – a NON-GMO, NON-SOY bio-enhanced full spectrum tocotrienol complex, in both liquid and powder forms.

The 4th annual SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice Awards held recently in conjunction with SupplySide West saw 5 products being short-listed in each of the 18 product categories. NOW Foods’ Red Palm Tocotrienols topped the category for Heart Health while Magical Nutrients’ Magical Wizard’s Potion won the category for Multivitamin.

NOW Food’s Red Palm Tocotrienols product features ExcelVite’s EVNol SupraBio™ patented and bio-enhanced palm tocotrienol complex with bioavailability and bioefficiency studies as well as human research evidence supporting cholesterol health and arterial compliance – a measurement of arterial stiffness.

Magical Wizard’s Potion from Magical Nutrients is a sugar free, multivitamin powder designed to deliver high quality nutrients for actively growing children in the form of single-use stick packs. It contains EVNolMax™ palm tocotrienol complex powder , aimed to deliver a more potent form of vitamin E as well as a non-soy vitamin E tocopherol and tocotrienol complex.

“We heartily congratulate both NOW Foods and Magical Nutrients for winning the SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice Awards. Both companies have put in considerable efforts in developing these highly innovative products that earned them the recognition they deserved. We are proud to be selected as a qualified partner to work with NOW Foods and Magical Nutrients during their product development process,” says ExcelVite.

EVNol™ and EVNol SupraBio™ are the most clinical researched tocotrienol in the market. At the moment, over the course of 8 to 10 years, there are a total of 14 published human clinical papers, including the ground-breaking actual human tissue distribution study.

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