The dietary supplement experts, Life-On Healthcare Limited, have announced their decision to exhibit at the largest healthcare exhibition in in Sub-Saharan Africa, Africa Health 2018. The company which established in 2011, will showcase its existing, quality dietary products on stand 2F14 at the exhibition in Johannesburg from 29th till 31st May 2018.
The London-based organisation, Life-On Healthcare, currently export their high quality, unique health supplements to 10 countries and hospitals in the Middle East. The worldwide networking event, Africa Health, which hosts over 10,000 people and 500 companies, will enable the dietary supplement business to grow internationally as they strive to source African market distributors.
Life-On have invested years of extensive research and development into specially formulating the highest quality health vitamins which bring consumers a heightened sense of well-being and fitness. The range has been well received following launches in other regions around the globe, and the company is looking to repeat this success in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The premium dietary supplements products are manufactured to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) while in a MHRA approved facility, of the highest standard, in the UK. The Life-On health supplement range are proudly formulated with the most up-to-date EFSA scientific information to ensure consumers receive the best possible fitness and weight-loss results.
Life-On have successfully provided quality nutritional products to foreign markets via marketing distributors in different countries. This is particularly relevant for perspective partners at Africa Health, as the dietary supplement company have demonstrated their ability to seamlessly provide international consumers with premium quality graded vitamins which improve their well-being.
Life-On Healthcare’s Managing Director, Ganesh Krishna, said: “Every country we are in, people love our products and our service. We will be honoured to have Life On in Africa, that will enrich the lives of consumers.”