Health supplement brand Cenovis has updated its packaging in a move to help customers identify products on shelf.

The redesigned packaging across the range aims to assist customers in finding the product that suits their needs, according to Cenovis.

“The Cenovis new packaging is designed to help you identify the right product on shelf. You will be able to clearly identify the product name, product benefits and a more complete list of allergen information. The change will provide a more consistent look on shelf for Cenovis, helping you find the product you need,” the company said.

The redesigned packs began rolling out in September with the multivitamin and energy range.

“It will take time until all of the new packs arrive on shelves and you will see both old and new packs for some time. But rest assured while we are updating our packaging, our formulas will remain the same high quality they have always been,” Cenovis said.

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