Phytality Nutrition

Phytality Nutrition

Company
Phytality Nutrition
Website
www.phytality.co.uk

More about Phytality Nutrition

Looking for a plant-based wholefood solution for your Omega-3 and nutritional needs?

Wanting a more natural, sustainable and effective alternative to FISH OIL, KRILL OIL, MULTI-VITAMINS and processed supplements?

ULTANA Phytoplankton is the solution!

Grown in Europe in a controlled environment, our multi-strain microalgae powder formulation offers a high purity, high quality phytoplankton blend, rich in Omega-3 and over 75 essential nutrients, and offered to you in a natural and unprocessed form.

ULTANA Phytoplankton offers a premium quality vegan source of Omega-3 EPA and is one of the only genuine wholefood, natural, sustainable, vegan alternatives to fish and krill oil.

Key information

Benefits of ULTANA

Due to its potent nutritional profile, ULTANA may support your health in a whole variety of ways including;

✔ Better Digestion
✔ More Energy
✔ Mental Clarity
✔ Healthier Skin
✔ Faster Recovery
✔ Better Vision
✔ Stronger Immune System

Contact information

Website: www.phytality.co.uk

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: +44 (0)13424571

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Veganism

Are all the products your entity (business, brand, organisation) produces and/or retails suitable for vegans?

Yes

Which of the following best describes you (professionals and sole traders) or your organisation?

Vegan

Ownership

Is your organisation an independent business/brand or a corporate owned business/brand?

Independent

Are you a Grassroots organisation (for projects, charities/NGOs)?

No

Are you a BAME (Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic) owned/run business/organisation?

No

What type of business/organisation are you?

Company

Environment and Sustainability

Are any of the products that you produce and/or retail, or ingredients you use, produced using sustainable production methods albeit uncertified?

Yes

Are any of the products that you produce and/or retail, or ingredients you use, free of palm oil?

All

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