Making It Work: Irish natural nutrition brand wins global award six months after launch
Phytaphix founder Conor Kerley takes start-up prize at the World Food Innovation Awards for his the Immune Phix daily supplement
Just six months on from the launch of Phytaphix, dietician Conor Kerley is celebrating a global win for the natural nutrition brand he has launched in response to his experience living with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Phytaphix was named best global start-up at the World Food Innovation Awards held virtually last Tuesday from London.
Kerley won the award for Immune Phix, his first product. The plant-based supplement hit the market last October after more than a...
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