Sevo Nutraceuticals
Contact Info
Email: clucia@sevonutraceuticals.com
Contact: Christi Lucia, Operations Mgr.
Phone: (508)829-8046
Fax: (508)519-7770
Street Address
800 Main St.
Holden, MA 01520
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Vitamins/Supplements
- Nutraceuticals/Phytonutrients
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Brands
PERCEPTIV
About Us

Description of Products: Sevo Nutraceuticals, licenses and markets science-based nutraceuticals. Our first product PERCEPTIV is an all natural, cognitive health formulation based on 20 years of independent university research and clinical studies.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 2012

Key Personnel:
Bernie Prusaczyk, CEO
Christi Lucia, Sales Operations Manager

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