By Talking Nutrition Editors
At booth #4121 at this year’s SupplySide West (October 17-18th, Las Vegas), DSM will be highlighting three innovation platforms designed to support the myriad of wants and needs of today’s consumers. Backed by science and inspired by consumers, the three platforms deliver unique experiences that are sure to resonate with consumers and focus on; enhancing the connection between mind, body and spirit (“mind over matter”), supporting consumer needs from dusk to dark (“into the night”) and addressing the needs of a growing family (“oh me – oh mine”).
The rules of engagement with consumers have changed. Today’s shoppers want solutions that deliver experiences and results that really matter to them. There’s so much more to developing winning supplement products than the ingredients alone and DSM will be providing a selection of tasty, innovative supplement prototypes for visitors to sample! Attendees at SupplySide West can also discover DSM’s life’s™ OMEGA, the only plant-based eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) combined product that gives consumers an alternative to traditional fish oils in a single source.
DSM experts will be on-hand to shine a light on these cutting-edge concepts and trending topics during its series of ‘Ask-the-Expert’ talks. Want to know how nighttime usage occasions can help you can spark your next big idea? Or how to support the health of the planet and for all with plant-based omega-3 – and even why pregnant women should be seeking DHA? Come down and join us!
Your next breakthrough idea is closer than you think. Schedule a meeting with DSM at SupplySide West to discover cutting-edge nutritional solutions; reimagined for today’s consumer here.
10 October 2019
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