Primo Difference

Most vitamins use Gelatin. Here's why we don't.

Gelatin is a translucent solid substance created from animal by-products. Pectin, on the other hand, is a natural fiber derived from fruits. Pectin forms a gel that helps give our vitamins their soft chewy consistency—as opposed to gelatin-based gumee vitamins that are neither soft nor chewy.

While pectin provides many taste and nutritional benefits, it’s also trickier to work with. Success didn’t come immediately but it did come and we found a way to make Primo Vitamins as tasty as they are healthy.

That’s important for your kids’ health, as well as your peace of mind.

When the ancient Greek Hippocrates said, “Let your food be your medicine and let your medicine be your food.”

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Pectin: Any of a group of water-soluble colloidal carbohydrates of high molecular weight found in ripe fruits.

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Primo Multivitamins provide a full day's serving of vitamins and minerals

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