Source: PR Web 5/13/2006

Quixtar Announces Product Certification

Quixtar Announces Kosher and Halal Certification of Nutrilite Double X Multivitamin Quixtar independent business owners will be able to better serve Jewish and Muslim clients.

Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) May 12, 2006 -- A 2002 report in a leading medical journal recommended that all adults take a multivitamin daily, and now more adults than ever will be able to enjoy the benefits of Nutrilite® Double X® Vitamin/Mineral/Phytonutrient. Recently kosher- and halal- certified, Nutrilite Double X delivers more phytonutrients from plant concentrates than many other multivitamins. Nutrilite Double X helps maintain heart health and fights free radicals. Quixtar Independent Business Owners (IBOs) in North America are the exclusive providers of Nutrilite Double X in North America.

There are 86,000 products marketed as kosher, with sales approaching $200 billion annually. Those who follow kosher and halal laws wanted to experience the power and energy of Nutrilite Double X Vitamin/Mineral/Phytonutrient, but dietary restrictions prevented them from doing so. Nutrilite listened to Quixtar IBO and client demand and reworked ingredients until Double X was granted both kosher and halal certification. It's still the same Double X reformulation introduced in April 2005, with minor processing and ingredient changes to make it kosher and halal certifiable.

Kosher practices are based on Jewish dietary laws that require strict adherence to rules for ingredients and processes by which products are manufactured. Even the equipment used to manufacture products must be supervised by a rabbi. There are more than 10 million kosher consumers in North America.

Halal practices are based on Muslim dietary laws. "Halal" is an Arabic word meaning "lawful" or "permitted." More than 9 million practicing Muslims in North America seek halal-certified products.

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