Bioiberica rebrands its range of nutraceutical ingredients

Date: 07.07.2021Source: Bioiberica

Bioiberica, a global Life Science company specialising in the identification and extraction of biomolecules of therapeutic value for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries, today announces the launch of a new brand identity for its Healthcare branded ingredients portfolio. The initiative is part of a long -term strategy, which aims to set a platform for the company’s future growth and support its customers and partners in the development of market-leading solutions that meet ever-evolving consumer needs.

Said Jaume Reguant, Director of Healthcare at Bioiberica: “At Bioiberica, everything we do is driven by an unstoppable desire to improve people’s health and wellbeing. Faced with some of the most significant healthcare challenges of our time, we are embracing the need for solutions that go the extra mile and as we continue to evolve as a business, we are redefining the identity of our branded ingredients to better reflect the needs of the market. For our customers and partners, this means remaining at the forefront of innovation, with access to the latest science and ingredients in the healthcare space. The rebrand gives customers a suite of well-defined products, made more accessible and identifiable with a clearer brand architecture.

“Our initial move has been to refocus our mobility ingredients, but this is just the first step of many to offer a more comprehensive portfolio of solutions to our customers. We are constantly investing in our products; the science behind them, our understanding of the target market, and how they should be positioned to help our customers grow their business with truly innovative products. Our newly launched brand strategy for our healthcare-oriented ingredients is designed to deliver enhanced co-collaboration opportunities and a stronger foundation on which to build and market products, providing greater potential for growth in new areas – not just for Bioiberica, but our partners, too.”  For more visit bioiberica.com

David Cox / IDM

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