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New bottle for Infatrini Peptisorb

Infatrini Peptisorb has changed from an opaque to a semi…

Fortimel Discontinuation

Due to the on-going innovation of the Fortisip Compact 125ml…

Infatrini 100ml glass bottle to be replaced by 125ml plastic bottle

Nutricia is delighted to announce that Infatrini 100ml glass bottles…

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INDI Launches Nourish Ireland Week 2014

Do I have IBS or am I Coeliac? Why won’t my child eat? How will my diet help with managing my Type 2 Diabetes? Does my daughter have an eating disorder? How can my diet help when I’m getting older?…

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Nutrini Bottle Change

Our Nutrini bottles are changing from glass to plastic.

We are pleased to announce that from February 2014 our 200ml Nutrini bottles will be available in plastic format. There are a number of benefits to this change:

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The Calogen Range - Give your patient the best shot

For more than 30 years Calogen has been giving patients the extra energy they need in their diets, and the reason for this longevity is a truly superior nutritional profile.

A recent analysis1 of similar products available on the market…

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Faster Healing of Wounds with Cubitan - New Independent Evidence

Cubitan results in faster healing of pressure ulcers compared with a standard high protein supplement.*

New evidence presented at ESPEN 2013 has proven that Cubitan results in faster healing of pressure ulcers compared with a standard high…

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Breakthrough Product for the Dietary Management of Early Alzheimer’s disease Launched Today

New research amongst those aged 50 years + into attitudes towards Alzheimer’s disease reveals strong levels of fear, stigma and uncertainty associated with the disease.

- Respondents indicated that a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease would be more difficult…

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