VMS disruptor Vitamin Packs adds affiliate program
SEATTLE — Vitamin Packs, the next generation vitamin subscription service, on Thursday announced the launch of its new affiliate program, which offers health and wellness influencers the opportunity to deliver customized vitamins and nutritional supplements to consumers. Within the last four weeks, Vitamin Packs has experienced significant growth with more than 6,000 health-conscious consumers completing the Nutritional Assessment to reveal their personalized vitamin and nutrient recommendations.
"Our first month of business has been marked with several exciting successes, including helping more than 200 people each day uncover their unique vitamin recommendations," said Jason Brown, CEO, Vitamin Packs. "Our goal is to change the way optimal nutrition is achieved, by bringing it back to an individual's needs, wants and aspirations. We do this through artificial intelligence called Sage, which takes into consideration the medications individuals are prescribed by their doctors."
Vitamin Packs launched in July as a potential category disruptor. Poised for continued growth, the executive team is adding Laurent Bourscheidt as the company's new SVP brand and creative.
Vitamin Packs' rule-based artificial intelligence, Sage, analyzes a large and growing body of nutrition and lifestyle research collected from more than 10,000 peer-reviewed journal articles and the wisdom of Vitamin Packs' science advisory board of medical professionals that includes experience with more than 100,000 patient visits. Sage cross-examines 650 drug and nutrient interactions to deliver only what the body needs.
"As an entrepreneur, I've been launching companies for the past 40 years and I've never been more excited about the artificial intelligence we created to help consumers live the exceptional lives they want to live," commented Brown. "Personalized nutrition is the future of preventive health and wellness, and it's here now."
When an influencer joins Vitamin Packs' affiliate program, they are rewarded for promoting the company's unique personalized nutrition model. Customers subscribe to receive personalized vitamin supplements delivered each month in convenient packs for daily consumption. The influencers promote the program and receive commission, $25 for each subscriber, while helping consumers take the guesswork out of the dietary supplement aisle.