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Unilever Has Signed Agreement To Acquire SmartyPants Vitamins

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Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey-based Unilever has signed an agreement to acquire SmartyPants Vitamins, a U.S.-based vitamin, mineral and supplement company.

Based in Los Angeles, SmartyPants Vitamins was founded in 2011 by entrepreneurs Courtney Nichols Gould and Gordon Gould, who set out to create a comprehensive supplement made from premium ingredients to support the well-being needs of children and adults.

SmartyPants Vitamins has a simple yet powerful promise: to be smart, simple and true. SmartyPants works with non-GMO certified ingredients and a range of sustainably sourced bio-available nutrients. Its product range is free from synthetic colors, artificial flavors, sweeteners and preservatives.

“SmartyPants Vitamins complements Unilever’s portfolio of brands (Horlicks, OLLY, Equilibra and Liquid I.V) in the functional nutrition and supplement segment. We are excited to work with co-founders Courtney and Gordon and their team to grow their innovative and data driven business model,” said Peter Ter Kulve, president of health and well-being at Unilever.

Rooted in the belief that good health should be made accessible to everybody, SmartyPants Vitamins has a long-standing partnership with non-profit organization, Vitamin Angels, to provide life-changing vitamins for mothers, expectant mothers, and children in need worldwide.

“We are delighted to welcome SmartyPants Vitamins to the Unilever family and our portfolio of purpose-led brands. SmartyPants Vitamins aligns strongly with our mission to improve the health and wellbeing of consumers and empower people to take charge of their health with solutions they can understand and trust,” said Fabian Garcia, president of Unilever North America.

“From the start, SmartyPants Vitamins has been about family, authenticity and a core commitment to our collective well-being. We are excited to work with Unilever to grow the SmartyPants brand,” said Courtney Nichols Gould and Gordon Gould.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions.

For more information on Unilever North America and its brands visit: unileverusa.com

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