Nutricare Holdings Limited
Personal care products
Hong Kong S.A.R.,
United Arab Emirates,
Nutricare is an Australian owned and operated company that manufactures massively scalable natural and organic Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) focussed on creating natural and organic products for consumer health care, with the philosophy of caring for its customers & our world. Nutricare harnesses the benefits of Bamboo – one of the fastest growing, renewable resources on the plant. Our Vision is simple to be in every household in the world. Nutricare commenced after Founder James Dutton’s son Charlie had an adverse reaction to a common wound care product in 2015. Through research, James found that up to 1 in every 4 people cannot wear common plasters or adhesives without skin irritation or adverse reactions, due to traditional plasters containing harmful chemicals and other reactive compounds. Using the most premium, sustainable ingredients available to engineer and produce natural wound care products and empower customers to make healthier and safer choices, Nutricare minimises its environmental footprint and targets disruption in multi-billion-dollar established markets. Its latest technology and innovation ensure that there is always a superior, more natural option on shelves around the world that can deliver better healthcare as a natural alternative.
Overall B Impact Score
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