April 07, 2020 1 min read

Our story, through the eyes of some of our biggest supporters.

The people who buy our products and the affinity and passion they demonstrate for wellness across the world is remarkable. So, when it came to telling our story, we wanted to tell it through some of our biggest supporters, celebrating their passion and commitment. 

In this film we profile four loyal consumers;

All of their stories tell individual tales of why Solgar is important in their everyday lives and align with our brand pillars of heritage, expertise, science and nature...

 

And we're not stopping there. Wherever you are in the world, we want to hear from you and we urge you to share your Solgar Story...

via e-mail - SolgarMarketingUK@nbty.com

or on social media - #SolgarStories

And you may be lucky enough to feature in future episodes of our Solgar Stories series.



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