Women wellness brand Nutrizoe introduces new flavours for lactating mothers

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Mumbai-based women wellness startup brand Nutrizoe has introduced new flavours for its lactation-aiding bar Lactobites and nausea-inhibiting oral strips Nail the Nausea.

Lactobites are now available in Chocolate Vanilla flavour and a new combo pack of Fennel & Berries + Chocolate Vanilla flavours. India’s 1st lactation aiding bar, Lactobites by Nutrizoe are formulated by experts while considering the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of a lactating mother.

The new bar available in Chocolate Vanilla flavour is filled with cocoa and vanilla and other energy-boosting ingredients that helps you alleviate your craving for sweets.  The anti-oxidants filled bars coming from the blueberry and cranberry help keep the lactating mothers energised throughout the day. The bars are manufactured at BRC facilities & NABL lab tested for safety.

Available in a pack of 10 oral strips, the new Nail the Nausea flavours are Ginger, Lemon, Raw Mango, and Tamarind thus reminding of the nostalgic taste for Imli, Kachhi Kairi and Neembu. There is also a Mix Combo pack to help the mothers to try out the new flavours.

India’s 1st Nanotechnology based Oral Strips for Nausea are also now granted with patent for their unique combinations and process. These oral strips are safe & contain Natural Antiemetics Gingervers which are clinically validated. Nail the Nausea helps pregnant and lactating mothers beat the nauseous feeling.

Speaking about the launch of the new flavours, Richa Pendake, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Nutrizoe, said, “Lactobites and Nail the Nausea have been well received by pregnant and lactating mothers in India. Catering to 45000+ families, we at Nutrizoe continuously try to provide new moms with something new that promotes their well-being while relishing our products. The new flavours for Lactobites and Nail the Nausea highlight certain indigenous and globally popular ingredients to support the mother and their child’s overall wellbeing.”

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