NEWtritious, LLC
Contact Info
Email: mikearlen@NEWtritious.com
Contact: Michael Arlen, Pres.
Phone: (310)266-9991
Fax: (310)397-6777
Street Address
11400 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 200
Los Angeles, CA 90064-1579
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About Us

Description of Products: NEWtritious develops functional foods that provide optimum nutrition: Complete Meal Replacements, Vitamin and Mineral Supplements, Fortified Foods, Weight Management Products, Nutraceuticals with fiber and probiotics.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 2002

Founder: Michael Arlen

Key Personnel:
Michael Arlen, Pres.

Company Profile

NEWtritious products were first developed to provide nutritional options for those with special needs in a healthcare setting. Today they are being repackaged for retail, so everyone can enjoy the healthful benefits of functional foods.

At NEWtritious, we are raising the bar on nutrition. We use high quality, highly bioavailable forms of vitamins and minerals in our products. We won’t feign to be healthful by putting just a smattering of some worthwhile ingredient in our products. Take a look at our label and you will see that we proudly specify both the chemical forms of our vitamins and minerals and the significant portion of one’s Daily Value (DV) that we provide in each serving.

We are mindful of energy consumption and refrain from wasteful practices, like the shipping of water. Most of our products come in powdered form and in minimalist shelf-stable packaging. Many of our products are widely used as emergency foods, because they are light to ship and easy to store. Best of all, unlike some emergency foods, NEWtritious is delicious, so when it comes time to purchase new emergency supplies, our products get eaten! Are you prepared?

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