On Saturday, November 28th 2020, NutriSend, a pioneering Clitheroe-based vitamin startup company, will fully open their (digital) doors for the very first time.

Their unique approach will offer consumers access to state of the art whole food vitamins from the comfort of their own home, bridging the gap between nutritional consultants and consumers with an affordable and convenient approach.

The startup has been in a research & development phase since early 2018 and has been through the highly coveted Natwest Pre-Accelerator program.

At their core they are an ethically ran, family company that place your wellbeing at the heart of everything they do and pride themselves on truly valuing the health of the customers they serve. NutriSend have also committed to doing what they can to support charities tackling malnutrition by giving back 5% of their profits.

James Hartley, NutriSend Founder shares that “When first starting to focus more on my own health and I think a lot of people can relate to this, along with the gym membership and eating healthier, I found myself wandering around the local supermarket’s vitamin aisle scratching my head and confused at the wide array of products available, not really knowing what it was that my body really needed.

I wanted to find a solution – that’s why here at NutriSend we’ve worked with a leading nutritionist to develop a quick lifestyle test which will generate a tailor-made vitamin plan fully based around your needs.

Our aim is to deliver vitamins and nutritional supplements that are of the purest and highest quality available, helping you to feel your best every day. We do this by using state of the art Whole Food Vitamins with the nutrients taken directly from wholesome food sources which are can be more easily absorbed and put to good use.

The concept for NutriSend has been developed over several years and a big part of this was that I always wanted to make it a more convenient experience for people wanting vitamins by delivering all that’s needed right to your door on a monthly basis. With the developments we’ve seen throughout 2020, this has found to be more relevant than ever.
The goal has always been to make it easier to get everyone feeling healthier and on top form every day, and I’m really excited to say that this day is nearly here!”

NutriSend are also conscious of their environmental impact and taking responsibility for looking after the planet, making it a better place for future generations. That’s why their inner packaging is made from biodegradable bags and their vitamin boxes (which they encourage you to recycle) are made from recycled materials giving you peace of mind.

James continues “We’re really delighted to be opening to the public at the end of November and we know that our products and the NutriSend concept will truly make a positive impact on people’s lives. There are numerous competitions running throughout November and beyond where you will be able to win free prizes and rewards so please do come and get involved.”

The startup has been in a research & development phase since early 2018 and has been through the highly coveted Natwest Pre-Accelerator program.