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Nuzest-USA Brings the Benefits of Plant-Based Nutrition Home to America

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Nuzest-USA has been honored yet again for its line of plant-based nutrition supplements, winning the award for Best Plant-Based Food and Supplement Product Line of 2023 from Plant-Based Health News, a digital publication. Especially friendly to consumers with allergies and food sensitivities, the company’s protein and superblend powders and snack bars are vegan, organic, and non-GMO, with ingredients that are free of gluten, dairy, nuts, soy, and other common allergens. With its exceptionally clean products and reputation for quality, multi-award-winning Nuzest-USA is rapidly emerging as a leader in the plant-based protein and supplement marketplace.

New York, NY, July 20, 2023Nuzest-USA, a fast-growing and innovative provider of plant-based nutritional supplements, has been recognized by Plant-Based Health News as the Best Plant-Based Food and Supplement Product Line of 2023. Nuzest-USA products cater to health-conscious consumers who wish to adhere to diets centered around high-protein, non-processed, and nutrient-rich foods, filling the nutritional gaps caused by lifestyle factors, poor dietary decisions, and nutrient depletion in our food supplies.

Plant-Based Health News joins a growing number of health and wellness media outlets awarding their highest honors to Nuzest-USA for the company’s superior products and leadership, including Remix Magazine, Optimal Performance Living, News7Health, High Protein Life, Retailer News Network, and Emerging Enterprise News.

Nuzest-USA Brings the Benefits of Plant-Based Nutrition Home to America is an original (PlantBasedHealthNews) article.

Setting industry standards

New to the American market, Nuzest-USA’s flagship product, Good Green Vitality, is a nutrient-dense blend of greens, berries, and other superfoods, along with high polyphenol vegetable and fruit extracts, microalgae, mushrooms, and high-quality plant protein—a potent blend of 75+ active ingredients fortified with essential vitamins and trace minerals, pre and probiotics, stress-supportive adaptogens, and other high-powered nutrients in their most bioavailable forms.

These ingredients work together to supportthe 11 body systems, including energy production, gut health, immune function, cognition, and stress reduction. More than a multivitamin and much more than just “greens,” this nutritional superblend is an ideal foundation to address all areas of health in one daily serving.

A chief advantage distinguishing Good Green Vitality (GGV) from its competitors is its greater number of vitamins and minerals. It is also marketed with complete transparency, making its list of high-quality ingredients entirely available to consumers.

Food sources for immunity.

Clean, lean, plant-based nutrition

The popular and award-winning protein supplement Clean Lean Protein is renowned for its quality, taste, and smooth texture. Its pure pea protein contains all nine essential amino acids, supporting vitality, recovery, and repair. Free from common allergens and low in carbohydrates and sugar, it also undergoes independent third-party testing to ensure there are no fillers, added sugars, or preservatives.

The final products are regularly tested for herbicides, heavy metals, and pesticides. Clean Lean Protein is also free from gums, processing aids, and masking agents that are commonly used in blending protein powders.

Pea protein.

It starts with the peas and where they are grown

Clean Lean Protein powders and bars are made from the highest quality European golden peas. Peas are classified as a sustainable crop, as they use less land and water than alternatives and add vital nutrients like nitrogen back into the soil.

Ethically sourced, the peas are cultivated by farmers in Northern France in an area known for its quality soils, clean environment, and sustainable practices. There are strict rules and regulations in place around farming practices in France to minimize the risk of cross-contamination with pollutants and to avoid the use of common herbicides, pesticides, and artificial fertilizers.

Pesticide spray.

Market opportunities

Nuzest-USA is growing within a strong and accelerating market for plant-based protein supplements, with a global market size valued at USD $2.52 billion in 2021 and an expected expansion at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.8% through 2030. With growing public awareness of the benefits associated with plant-based nutrition and general attentiveness to food sensitivities, allergies, and immune issues, Nuzest-USA products will be in increasing demand.

The superfood powders market size, estimated globally at $6.14 billion in 2021, is expected to expand at a CAGR of 7.2% through 2030, reaching $11.50 billion by the end of the forecast period. In the aftermath of COVID-19, increasing interest in health and wellness products has been driving global demand for superfood powders. Growing consumer desire for antioxidants and other essential nutrients has also increased the popularity of superfood powders, creating greater demand for Nuzest-USA products.

Superfood powder.

How a family crisis turned into an opportunity

A small, family-owned and operated business headquartered in Sydney, Australia, Nuzest-USA was established in 2013 and is led by founder and CEO Trevor Bolland. Nuzest-USA’s journey as a supplier of plant-based nutritional supplements began in New Zealand when Bolland found out that his 22-year-old daughter, Monique, had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS)—a debilitating autoimmune condition affecting the brain and nervous system.

“That, of course, turned our world upside down,” Bolland says. “I’m not from this industry – I had very much a different career.” After 15 years as a naval officer and later a prosperous career in commercial real estate, Bolland dropped everything to take care of his daughter, selling his business and beginning a worldwide journey to seek remedies to counter the devastating illness.

At that point, Monique’s condition was very severe. “It wasn’t just a diagnosis,” he says, “there were very serious lesions on her brain and spine. There was really nothing you could do about it in those days – there’s still no cure today – and nothing could really control it.”

Their search for answers led them to the U.S. and six weeks in a naturopathic health clinic in Texas, where nutrition played a significant role in Monique’s recovery.

“We learned during that period that nutrition was particularly important,” Bolland says, “that nutrition and lifestyle were key to wellness. Not a cure – she still has multiple sclerosis – so changing her diet and her lifestyle certainly hasn’t cured MS, but what it did do, in the absence of anything else, was allow her to manage it. We managed to get her life back in balance.”

At that point, Monique, too, changed careers, transitioning from digital marketing to

the health sector. She opened a small health clinic in Sydney, Australia, and for five years offered the same sort of services she had received in the U.S. In the meantime, her father started looking for a daily nutritional supplement that would aid in her healing.

Bolland says he called upon many contacts he had made since Monique’s diagnosis, including a team of health practitioners and Ph.D. scientists, to assist with the product’s formulation. Soon, Good Green Stuff was launched, a forerunner of GGV, and along the way, the Bollands found themselves in the midst of a brand-new business.

“There was no big plan,” he says. “The goal was simply to have products that worked really well, that we could use in Monique’s health clinic in Sydney.”

“It just grew. Not by plan or design—I’m not here with a big blueprint or trying to go somewhere. I’m here because it just happened to become popular. It’s grown into a bigger business than I planned or even imagined.”

From its humble beginnings, Nuzest-USA’s distribution has grown exponentially and is now available in over 25 countries. In keeping with the business’s original goals, a portion of the company’s global sales helps to fund vital MS research.

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Sustainability

Nuzest-USA is also committed to environmental protection, weaving together its core values of providing clean plant-based nutrition with environmental stewardship. Clean Lean Protein is derived from sustainably sourced and grown plant-based nutrients that use less land and water while returning nutrients to the soil.

No chemicals are used in the protein isolation process; water is purified and recycled; all waste is converted into biofuel and animal feed. Packaging is recyclable or compostable, and the carbon footprint is reduced through local sourcing to the greatest extent possible—even the shipment of peas from France to Belgium is done by traditional river barge. Altogether, Bolland says Nuzest-USA works with nature, not against it.

“We make premium nutritional supplements to support the health and wellbeing of the individual and our wider communities, and aim to contribute to a healthy planet.” 

Along with innovative plant-based nutrition products designed for children and for digestive support, both Good Green Vitality and Clean Lean Protein are available in powder form and as bars. Nuzest-USA products are available to consumers directly online, via e-commerce and select retail outlets, and on a wholesale basis.

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Important Note: The information contained in this article (Nuzest-USA Brings the Benefits of Plant-Based Nutrition Home to America) is for general informational purposes only, and should not be construed as health or medical advice, nor is it intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease or health condition. Before embarking on any diet, fitness regimen, or program of nutritional supplementation, it is advisable to consult your healthcare professional in order to determine its safety and probable efficacy in terms of your individual state of health.

Regarding Nutritional Supplements Or Other Non-Prescription Health Products: If any nutritional supplements or other non-prescription health products are mentioned in the foregoing article, any claims or statements made about them have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and such nutritional supplements or other health products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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