Thursday, 06 June 2024 14:28

Bovine colostrum expert expanding into Greece

Written by  Sudesh Kissun
New Image executive chairman Graeme Clegg. New Image executive chairman Graeme Clegg.

New Image International, a global leader in bovine colostrum health and wellness products, is opening a new office and distribution centre in Athens, Greece.

The new office will support the introduction of the New Image brand to Greece and to relaunch Nutrimetics.

The company describes the expansion, bringing innovative, high-quality health and beauty solutions to the market of Greece, as an exciting new chapter.

New Image is recognised for its comprehensive range of quality bovine colostrum health and wellness products designed to enhance well-being and help improve quality of life. Its combined portfolio includes advanced dietary supplements, cutting-edge skincare products, and functional foods.  Many powered with bovine colostrum, crafted to meet the highest standards of quality and efficacy. The company acquired Nutrimetics in 2022.

Executive chairman of New Image Graeme Clegg says the company says they are delighted to bring New Image and re-introduce Nutrimetics to Greece, a country with a rich history and a strong commitment to health, wellness, and beauty.

“Our mission is to empower individuals with the best that nature and science have to offer. We look forward to contributing to the well-being of the Greek community and helping people live healthier, happier lives."

Rod Taylor, chief executive of New Image International says the expansion into Greece is a significant milestone.

“We are committed to offering innovative health and beauty solutions that cater to the needs of the people of Greece. Our goal is to support and enhance the health and vitality of this vibrant country. It also marks the beginning of our expansion into Europe,” says Taylor.

To celebrate the launch, Clegg will host a series of events and promotions designed to introduce our brand to the local market and engage directly with new customers.


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