We are delighted to announce that our very own Kids Gummies probiotic supplement has been awarded a Bronze National Parenting Product Award!
The National Parenting Product Awards, or NPPA, is an Irish-based awards initiative aiming to support parents in their search for the best infant and child products on the market. Now in its eighth year, the NPPA is nationally recognised as a mark of excellence, sought after by brands and trusted by consumers.
The NPPA is the only independently tested consumer award of its kind in Ireland. Since 2020, the awards have transitioned to being completely online, whereas before testing took place in-person across various locations. However, with this new online format, more parents than ever have been able to get involved, with over 3000 parents and experts recruited for testing nationwide.
The testing and rating process was conducted via online surveys. Criteria included quality, value for money and likelihood to recommend the product. The awards cover almost 50 different product categories, ranging from health supplements to skincare to pushchairs. Our Kids Gummies was a winner in the ‘Preferred Supplement/Multivitamin for Babies, Toddlers and Kids’ category.
Kids Gummies is our first-ever probiotic gummy supplement for immune and digestive support. It contains 2 billion live probiotic cultures, plus natural prebiotic fibres, vitamin D to help maintain immune health, and calcium to support digestive enzymes. Naturally delicious, each gummy is made with real fruit juice and absolutely no added sugars, colours or flavours. What’s more, this supplement is completely vegan and gluten free. It also comes in our brand-new 100% plastic-free packaging, with a recyclable carton and home-compostable inner pouch. We can see why it’s award-winning!
We are so thrilled to have won this award, and would like to say a huge thank you to the National Parenting Product Awards for everything they do.
This isn’t the first time we’ve won an NPPA – take a look at some more of our award-winning supplements below: