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Vectomega distribution deal

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

New Chapter and EuroPharma have inked an agreement that appoints New Chapter as the exclusive distributor of the Green Bay, Wisc.-based ingredient supplier's Vectomega omega-3 phospholipid complex for the health food/natural product retail channel, the firms announce Sept. 8. The ingredient is a "natural marine complex" that is "50 times more absorbable across cellular membranes than other DHA/EPA products," according to EuroPharma (1"The Tan Sheet" July 17, 2006, p. 6). Vectomega delivers DHA and EPA in "their natural phospholipid form" without artificial modifications, a trait that fits with New Chapter's principle of providing whole-food products and supplements, the Brattleboro, Vt.-based manufacturer states. EuroPharma President Terry Lemerond and the principle scientists will promote the product with personal endorsements, "including public appearances at trade shows and industry events," and possible television and radio appearances, the firms state. Additional details about the agreement were not disclosed...

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