Making It Work: Somega seeks supplement success the natural and sustainable way
Mark Clifford and Paula Gaynor say their healthcare supplements range delivers nutrition that tastes good, and prioritises sustainability
For decades, fish oils and other healthcare supplements have represented a headache for children and parents alike, with the adults trying to keep their kids healthy and the kids determined to avoid the products at all costs.
Mark Clifford and Paula Gaynor were not the first parents to encounter this issue, and they won’t be the last. But they were perhaps better qualified than most to do something about it.
The couple, who...
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