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GeneLink Teams with Vitamin Firm to Offer Retail Nutrigenomics Product Line

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - GeneLink said today that Solgar Vitamin & Herb has licensed its Nutritional System platform for use with an upcoming line of “genetically guided nutritional supplements.”
 
GeneLink’s Nutritional System includes a DNA collection kit and the company’s Genetic Compass reporting system. Solgar will market the platform alongside the line of supplements, dubbed Nutrigenomx.
 
The companies said in a statement that the Nutrigenomx product line is the first retail “proprietary dietary supplement system tailored to an individual's genetic makeup.”
 
Solgar said it plans to sell the products through health food and natural food retailers in North America.
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

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