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Nutrilite – the World’s leading brand of Vitamin, Mineral, and Dietary Supplement

As Amway and Quixtar Business Owner’s know, Euromonitor International has certified that the supplement brand marketed exclusively by Amway and Quixtar, Nutrilite (marketed as Nutriway in Scandinavia and Australia/New Zealand), is the world’s best selling nutritional brand. Unfortunately “proof” of this claim has previously remained buried either in confidential reports or alternatively in Euromonitor reports that costs hundreds of dollars. Skeptics and critics of Amway and Quixtar have understandably queried the claim.

Well, earlier this year, Alticor asked Euromonitor to publicly verify the claim. Here it is.

Nutrilite launches new newsletter

Nutrilite has launched a new newsletter! The first issue is available via a PDF file on the Nutrilite website. (update: it’s gone, you can get it from Amway Wiki instead) It appears to be a two page double-sided flyer. On the cover is a short article on Nutrilite’s high quality standards. Page 2 describes a new study from China on the efficacy of Double X. Page 3 looks at “DeTox diets” and Page 4 promotes the Nutrilite Health Insititute Center for Optimal Health and the Nutrilite sponsored OC marathon. This looks like a good new addition to the marketing of Nutrilite and Nutriway products. Click on the image to the left to download it and read yourself.

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eSpring and Nutrilite win Reader’s Digest Consumer Awards for the third year running

eSpring and Nutrilite have again been awarded “Trusted Brand” status in Asia as result of consumer surveys by the respected Reader’s Digest. 2007 represents the third year running that Nutrilite and eSpring have achieved this status.

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Nutrilite/Nutriway – used and endorsed by 2004 Olympic champion, Liu Xiang

Athens’ 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist and former world record holder in the 110m hurdles, Liu Xiang, has joined multiple world record holder in the 100m, Asafa Powell, as a global spokesperson for Nutrilite and Nutriway products.

Nutrilite (sold as Nutriway in some countries), a leader in research and development on health and nutrition, is working closely with the China Track and Field Association to provide nutritional support and consulting services tailored to fit Xiang’s specific athletic needs.

Prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which he unfortunately withdraw from due to injury, Liu Xiang revealed in interviews that he had been using Nutrilite products since he was a child.

Along with the endorsements of top athletes such as Liu Xiang and Asafa Powell, Nutrilite , the world’s best selling brand of nutritional supplement , continues to top independent surveys for Consumer Satisfaction.

Nutrilite and Nutriway products are available exclusively from Quixtar and Amway Independent Business Owners

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Nutrilite (Nutriway) tops Consumer Survey again.

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Consumer Labs has reported that Nutrilite supplments (marketed as Nutriway in some countries) have again topped their survey of consumer satisfaction. While the actual 2007 survey results for individual companies was not revealed, Consumer Labs states –

“Nutrilite … received the highest overall satisfaction rating both as a brand and merchant.”

In 2006 Nutrilite topped the survey with an amazing 96% consumer satisfaction rating. Nutrilite and Nutriway products are exclusively available from Amway and Quixtar Independent Business Owners.

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Nutrilite/Nutriway – used and endorsed by three time 100m world record holder, Asafa Powell

In 2005, champion sprinter Asafa Powell reported feeling tired and unable to complete his training. His brother Donovan recommended he try Nutrilite Double X . 3 months later he broke the world record, a time he has equaled 3 times since. In April 2006 Asafa was announced as the global spokesperson for Nutrilite and Nutriway products – available exclusively from Amway and Quixtar Independent Business Owners.