Discover the MPS II and FloraGLO lutein at Vitafoods Europe, 10-12 May

Discover the MPS II and FloraGLO® lutein at Vitafoods EuropeWe’re heading to Vitafoods Europe next week, offering MPOD exams with the MPS II in partnership with the makers of FloraGLO® Lutein. The event is the largest in the nutraceutical industry, covering everything from ingredients to finished products across 3 days.

Celebrating 20 years of FloraGLO

Now in its 20th year FloraGLO is the most studied lutein brand worldwide, having taken part in more than 70 human clinical trials. Since its launch it has gained a reputation for unparalleled efficacy and safety, and we are proud to be a part of their success.

The key to effective age-related macular degeneration management is ongoing monitoring. Once supplementation, such as FloraGLO lutein, has been prescribed a patient needs to be regularly screened to check if the disease is stable or developing further. This is where our partnership with Kemin comes in.

The MPS II offers quick, efficient testing for AMD which can be used to both diagnose and monitor a patient’s macular pigment. This allows the clinician to monitor the effectiveness of any supplementation and treatment that is given, which can help to preserve as much sight and quality of life as possible.

Visit their stand (number I20) at Vitafoods to have your eyes tested with the MPS II, and discover how our partnership is changing AMD diagnosis and management.

As well as the exhibition stand Kemin will also be sharing their latest research into blue light. Visit the Exhibitor Presentation Theatre on the 11 May to hear their commercial and technical manager, Samanta Maci talking about:

Too Much Blue: Dietary Blue Light Filters for Eye & Skin

  • What is the blue light and why should we care about it?
  • Blue light, macular pigment and the eye health & function: challenges in a multi-screen world
  • Blue light and skin photo-aging: the secret for youthful-looking skin

What’s on at Vitafoods?

The Vitafoods Europe exhibition covers four key areas in nutraceuticals:

  • ingredients and raw materials
  • contract manufacturing and private label
  • services and equipment
  • finished products

The event covers the entire supply chain, all under one roof, ensuring your visit is as valuable as possible.

Alongside the exhibition area there is the conferencing side which showcases excellence in research and product development. It comprises of a full 2 day programme with 45 presentations with speakers from over 13 countries, talks include findings from clinical trials, EU funded projects and industry success stories.

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