Natural Vitality
Contact Info
Email: info@NaturalVitality.com
Contact: Nick Nierop, VP Acct Management
Phone: (800)446-7462
Fax: (512)795-3077
Street Address
8500 Shoal Creek Blvd., Bldg. 4, Ste. 208
Austin, TX 78757
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Products
Vitamins/Supplements
- Amino Acids
- Antioxidants
- Calcium
- Children’s Supplements
- Chromium
- Coenzyme Q-10
- Effervescent Supplements
- Energy Formulas
- Enzymes, Digestive
- Fish Oil Supplements
- Gluten-free
Vitamins/Supplements (Cont'd)
- Liquids
- Magnesium Products
- Minerals, Chelated
- Minerals, Trace
- MSM/Methylsulfonylmethane (Organic Sulfur)
- Pomegranate Supplements
- Ribose
- Selenium
- Vitamin/Mineral Combos
- Vitamins, Liquid
- Vitamins, Vegetarian
- Whole Food
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Brands
Kids Calm Multi
Natural Calm
Organic Life Vitamins
Plant-Sourced Minerals
Natural Calm Plus Calcium
Osteo Calm
About Us

Description of Products: Vitamins, supplements.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 1986

Key Personnel:
Justin Farmer, CEO
Ken Whitman, Pres.
Rick Hand, VP Sls.
Nick Nierop, VP Acct Mgr.
Susan Whitman, EVP

Company Profile

Natural Vitality is an Austin-based international purpose-driven company committed to healthier and happier living. Natural Vitality has developed a line of best-selling supplements based on research and formulated to produce a noticeable result. We also believe that real, lasting health requires the creation of a sustainable environment and locally-based food system.

 

For our dietary supplements, we seek out organic plant-based ingredients wherever possible. All the fruits and vegetables we use are organically grown. The agave, stevia, and fruit flavorings are organic as well. This not only assures customers of no pesticide residues and no GMO ingredients but also provides financial support to organic farming.

 

Beyond the production of premium-quality, award-winning dietary supplements, since 2007 a percentage of product sales funds our Natural Revitalization environmental action initiative. 

 

As part of this program, Natural Vitality works with groups such as the Bionutrient Food Association, Remineralize the Earth and the Center for Food Safety.

 

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