Supplement auction site
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryA new auction Web site launches exclusively for the supplements industry that lists for sale "everything supplement-specific, from equipment to bottles to ingredients," NutraNutra.com announces Nov. 29. The ingredients section of the site "features in-depth information on the offerings, such as country of origin, what kind of testing has been done," the firm says. "The commoditizing of ingredients has raised a lot of concerns about quality, so we are making sure that buyers ... have as much information as possible before bidding on raw materials," NutraNutra.com founder Paul DeLalla says. The site will be revised on a continual basis to meet industry needs, and there is no fee to register, with "minimal" fees charged for listings, the firm says...
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