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BIG NAME SUPPLIERS JOIN THE CAMEXPO EXHIBITOR LINE-UP


With the UK market for vitamins and supplements estimated to be worth £385 million in 2012, camexpo is an inviting proposition for fitness industry buyers looking to source all the latest natural health and nutrition brands for their clients this autumn


familiar names from the world of physio supplies, including Vivomed – the UK’s leading online supplier of first-aid kits, physiotherapy and sports medicine products (the official medical equipment supplier of rugby league world cup 2013); specialist wholesaler C&P Medical; and Algeos Physio & Rehab – suppliers of the Physioworx, Bodytonix, Barefoot Science; and Ice Power brands. Other big name fi rst-time exhibitors


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looking to enjoy some of this vibrant show’s buzz include Solgar Vitamins, who’ll be showcasing new additions to its supplements range for joints (Solgar® 7) and heart (Folate, the ‘body- ready’ form of folic acid); Supplete (AOR Canada’s sole European distributor); Nucleotide Nutrition, with its immune support and healthy gut supplements NuCell®IM and IntestAid®IB; and Water for Health, distributors of Biocera’s alkaline water products. They join returning exhibitors like


Conscious Foods; A.Vogel; Bionutri; CherryActive; NutriWorks; BioCare; Lamberts Healthcare; Nature’s Plus UK; Vital Greens – Vital Protein; G&G Vitamins; the Nutri Centre; Hadley Wood Healthcare; Revital; and Pulsin’, who’ll launch a new 50g vegan Vanilla Choc Chip protein bar (12g) with the lowest natural sugar in its range so far.


eturning to London’s Earls Court on 5-6 October, camexpo’s 200-strong exhibitor list features some


The show attracts a mix of therapists, healthcare professionals and students


Camexpo is for the complementary, natural and integrated health sectors Specialist natural bodycare and beauty


supplies are also well-represented at this year’s show, from companies like Green People; Ayurveda Pura London; Mahi Naturals – distributors of U Little Beauty, Organic Natralox, and Australia’s leading natural dry skin range Hope’s Relief; and Essence of Morocco (a fi nalist in the ‘best new natural beauty & spa product’ category at the Natural and Organic Awards in April).


Aside from the new products and


innovations, the exceptional two-day training and education event is a big selling point for many repeat visitors. Free conference highlights include keynotes from experts like Patrick Holford, Dr Marilyn Glenville, and Dale Pinnock. “What’s great about camexpo is that you quickly get up to date with the current trends and developments in natural healing,” says Holford.


For further information and to register for your exclusive FREE ENTRY PASS, visit www.camexpo.co.uk/register using promotional code camx3889 before 4th October.


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