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GNC introducing DHA supplement line in early 1998 under agreement with Monsanto.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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GENERAL NUTRITION INTRODUCING DHA DIETARY SUPPLEMENT in early 1998 under an exclusive agreement with Monsanto. GNC is using Monsanto's SeaGold oil with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), derived from golden marine microalgae, in a series of DHA products that will begin with a dietary supplement in the softgel form and expand to include nutraceuticals and functional foods targeted to specific groups such as the elderly, teens and pregnant and lactating women.
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