Natural Vitality
Contact Info
Email: info@naturalvitality.com
Contact: Nick Nierop, VP Acct Man.
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
Whole Life Daily Multi
About Us

Description of Products: Vitamins, supplements.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 1986

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

Company Profile

Natural Vitality Mission Statement

To provide premium and efficacious products that have a valid and unique reason for being. Our mission is not to compete but to fill a need that has not been met or to meet a need that has not yet been recognized. Our objective in producing and marketing products is to make life easier for our customers and help lessen stress in their lives. Our view of health is that all departures from wellness have stress at their root. Our approach is proactive on a product-specific basis but is also more broadly focused through our Calm Earth Project (formerly our Natural Revitalization program) which began in 2007 and through the print and web-based publication of our award-winning Organic Connections magazine (now in its eighth year) which is aimed at inspiring calm, creative & conscious living.

 

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