Vitamin Packs Bring Health Benefits to You And Children in Africa

Approaching my mid-30’s and having a pretty busy schedule, I noticed that I don’t always have the same energy I used to. My wife suggested I start taking multivitamins to supplement my diet, but I haven’t gotten around to it yet – which ones should I take?

Koge is a company that’s taking a new approach to vitamins. Started by Andrew Lenjosek and Alex Hyssen, who met while at the University of Western Ontario, their idea was to simplify the vitamin purchasing process, make vitamins more affordable to consumers, and with each vitamin purchase, donate vitamins to children in Africa.

Working with doctors and nutritionists, Koge designs multi-product vitamin packages to ensure customers are getting the holistic benefits they’re seeking, from their Daily Essentials to an Antioxidant Collection, the company currently has four vitamin pack options for delivery direct to customers’ homes. Click here for more on their current vitamin packs.

Because Koge cuts out the middlemen to remove associated markups, they can pass on the savings to their customers, and can offer their product at a fraction of the cost one would traditionally find in retail stores.

As well, a percentage of every vitamin pack sold is donated to their partner, Vitamin Angels, a nonprofit organization that focuses on ensuring essential micronutrients, particularly vitamin A, are accessible to those in need to reduce child mortality and support children in leading healthier, disease-free lives.

For more on the Koge pledge, click here.

Thank you Koge for making our world wonderful.

LET ME KNOW, REPLY BELOW: Which vitamins do you take daily? Why?


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