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Now Formulated for Pets

NutriFusion™ has an advanced proprietary, patented and patent pending method allowing the vitamins and phytonutrients contained in fruits and vegetables to be “naturally stabilized,” in powder form, for inclusion into almost any pet food, pet drink or pet supplement.

A small amount of NutriFusion can provide a high nutritional impact for the health of pets. Our pet friendly product includes Zinc and Vitamins - all from fresh fruits and veggies!      Contact us for more information!

Dogs need the benefit of fruit & veggies from NutriFusion
Cats need the benefit of fruit & veggies from NutriFusion
Dogs need the benefit of fruit & veggies from NutriFusion

Nothing is more important to our health and our pets health than nutrients from fresh fruits and veggies.

As pets increasingly assume the role of "family members" in households, owners are looking to confer the benefits of their own wellness routines; especially functional ingredients.

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Imagine…an all-natural, nutritional additive that … 

  • Is 100% from fruits & vegetables.
  • Can provide the nutrient-rich benefits of fruits & vegetables in everyday food products.
  • Is easily understood - little consumer education needed.
  • Offers high bio-absorption…the phytonutrients are readily absorbed unlike many synthetic vitamins and minerals.

What would you call this all-natural nutritional-rich food additive?...

NutriFusion™
NutriFusion™ is by far, the emerging leader in both the rapidly growing food science and nutritional supplement categories. This all-natural blend of whole food concentrations will enable more people of all ages, young adults and children to consume vital nutrients more regularly and more conveniently.

Real Food!

Just Fruits & Veggies!

Organic Produce!

Nutritionally Dense!

Real Food Nutrition!

Highly Bioactive!

Non-GMO

Anitoxidant Rich!

Real Food Vitamins!

Synthetic Free!

Gluten Free!

Highly Bioabsorbable!

Real Food Benefits!

Highly Proven!

Research Supported!

Real Food & nothing else!

Look for the NutriFusion™ Logo on Food Packages & Nutritional Supplements

NutirFusion Logo This symbol lets you know that you are getting real food sourced nutrition from fresh fruits and vegetables! Your assurance the nutrients are "from the farm - not the pharmacy". Watch us grow!

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Fast food has changed little in nearly 20 years   Two studies published in Preventing Chronic Disease show that there has been little change in fast food portion sizes and product formulation between 1996 and 2013. The researchers, from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (USDA HNRCA) at Tufts University, analyzed the calorie, sodium, saturated fat, and trans fat content of popular menu items served at three national fast-food chains between 1996 and 2013. They found that average calories, sodium, and saturated fat stayed relatively constant, albeit at high levels. The exception was a consistent decline in the trans fat of fries.

The researchers focused on the four most popular menu items: fries, cheeseburgers, grilled chicken sandwiches, and regular soda, looking for trends in portion size and nutrient content over an 18-year period. They examined 27 items including small, medium, and large fries and cola beverages, a grilled chicken sandwich, and 2-oz and 4-oz cheeseburgers. The authors used a public database and the Internet to access the archived nutrition data.

They found only small fluctuations in calorie content and the amount of saturated fat and sodium. The notable exception was fries, which decreased first in saturated fat in 2001 and then trans fat, likely due to changes to the frying fat.   Abstract: Study 1      Abstract: Study 2    1-7-15

Consumption of fresh foods grew by 20% from 2003 to 2013, and the youngest generations, Generation Z and Millennials, are driving the trend, according to The NPD Group's The Future of Eating: Who's Eating What in 2018? Fresh food consumed at breakfast is forecast to grow the most, increasing 9% by 2018, and fresh food consumption will grow 7% at lunch and 5% at dinner. Full Story   12-10-14

Voters in Berkeley, CA approved a 1 cent-an-ounce tax on sodas and energy drinks, adding about 12 cents to the price of a can of soda and about 68 cents to a two liter bottle. A similar measure in San Francisco would have imposed a 2 cent-an-ounce tax, but it fell short of the two-thirds super-majority vote needed for passage. Advocates of the tax pointed to links between sugary drinks and diabetes, heart disease and tooth decay, reported CNN. Full Story    11-5-2014

Fast food restaurants sell healthier and safer products in other countries than the US. It’s a common practice for food companies (everyone from Betty Crocker to Pringles to Quaker Oats) to reformulate their products with safer ingredients overseas, while they continue to sell us inferior products with unhealthy ingredients here in the States. If you walk into any McDonald’s in the U.K. you’ll find organic milk available for children in their Happy Meals, and no chocolate milk.  Full Story …      

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