Nutrition Now's Calcium Soft Chews Assorted Fruit Variety Is Free of All Animal Products

Yacoubou, Jeanne
November 2010
Vegetarian Journal;2010, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p13
The article offers product information on the Nutrition Now's Calcium Soft Chews, including a warning to readers regarding the use of gelatin in some of Nutrition Now's vitamin products.


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