Taiyo launches ‘Regular Girl’ symbiotic supplement blend into EMEA

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Taiyo launches ‘Regular Girl’ symbiotic supplement blend into EMEA

Related tags: Probiotic, Middle east

Japan-based Taiyo says the digestive health supplement containing a blend of its prebiotic Sunfiber and functional probiotics is now available in the EMEA region.

The ‘Regular Girl’ supplement is aimed at health conscious women who suffer from, or want to prevent digestive irregularities.

Formulated by a female nutritionist, Taiyo says each single-serving of the supplement combines five grams of its prebiotic Sunfiber product with 8 colony forming units (CFU) of probiotics.

The Regular Girl powder was first launched and marketed in the USA two years ago, but is now being launched into the European, Middle East and African (EMEA) market, said the company.

It added that powder contains only natural ingredients, is non-GMO verified, and is gluten-free and vegetarian.

The product comes as a single-serve powder stick, which Taiyo says will help to simplify daily fiber and probiotic consumption, even on-the-go, by adding the powder to a meal or drink.
“Thanks to its high solubility, it mixes perfectly with hot and cold beverages, smoothies and cereals without impacting taste or texture,” the company said in a press release.

“We are confident that many women will benefit from this innovative product — and maybe also recommend it to their family, as Regular Girl promotes digestive health for everybody,”​ added Dr Stefan Siebrecht, Managing Director of Taiyo GmbH. 

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