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NutriBoost has a large, global network of partners. Purchased directly from the source, we can mix a wide variety of ingredients at the request of our customers.

Mixtures can take place from around 100 to 200 kilograms per product, although higher volumes usually provide more financial advantages. Depending on the size of your order, the goods are processed fully or semi-automatically. At the moment we only have the possibility to mix granulates and powders.

The Blending Process

  1. The blending process starts with weighing your ingredients, according to the recipe. We need to make sure each ingredient corresponds to the volume of the recipe.
  2. When our team has been able to set up the right proportions for each ingredient, the raw materials are sieved and mixed.
  3. Screening ensures that the mixture becomes a homogeneous product, but it is also a critical quality control point.

As a final step, we fill the products into suitable packages. This can be either bulk packaging or retail packaging/private label. We can even pack into big bags in case this is needed.

Why choose NutriBoost

Are you looking for a full-service provider? If so, then NutriBoost is the right fit for your company. Our company offers, the following services:

  • Purchasing of the food ingredients. This is usually done in large volumes.
  • Mixing/sieving of the food ingredients.
  • Filling into the packaging.

We offer low minimum order quantities for mixtures: starting from 100-200 kilograms per blend. As an additional service, when we are unable to source a certain ingredient, you can send them to us.

So, are you looking for a partner who will provide you with a full-service? Or maybe you just want to outsource some elements of your business? At NutriBoost, we’re ready to help you according to your needs.

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