Courtesy Photo Some of the Vitamin Packs staff, pictured from left are Christina Bletko, nutritionist; Jason Brown, CEO; Christina Metzger, office manager; Prem Thudia, CTO; Tamara Bernadot, SVP nutritional development; Louis Bartrand, senior visual designer; Elizabeth Somer, MA, RD, advisory board member; Laurent Bourscheidt, SVP brand and creative; Karina Churchill, nutritionist; and Cassie Carter, intern.

Personalized nutrition company, Vitamin Packs, opens on Snoqualmie Ridge

Vitamin Packs, a personalized nutrition company, has opened its doors on Snoqualmie Ridge, at 7713 Center Boulevard SE, Suite 250 Snoqualmie.

Jason Brown is the founder and CEO of Vitamin Packs, a vitamin subscription service.

“I am thrilled to bring a new nutrition business to Snoqualmie Ridge,” said Brown. “We are looking forward to helping people throughout the country achieve better health through nutrition.”

The company aligns science, data and technology to curate customized nutrients in convenient daily packs. The company’s proprietary algorithm examines more than 650 potential medication interactions to recommend supplements that are personalized for each customer.

Take the free nutritional assessment vitaminpacks.com to discover the vitamin and nutrient combinations that are recommended for your lifestyle. You can order a 28-day supply of vitamins and nutrients, individually packaged in tear-off pouches, delivered to your home.

For more information, send email to info@vitaminpacks.com or call (800) 983-3887.

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