REGIMEN Portable Whey Protein Pouches Named Among Top CPG Products for Innovation and Market Impact
Cheyenne, WY (Oct. 2016) — Informa Exhibitions has named Kirby & Padgett LLC (formally GPAC Technologies) as one of the winners for the 2016 SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice Awards.
One 2016 consumer packaged goods (CPG) product was selected by the SupplySide editorial team for achievements in innovation and market impact in each of the 22 different categories. REGIMEN Portable Whey Protein Pouches featuring GPACTM pouch technology was named as the winner in the Sports Nutrition Category.
REGIMEN Portable Whey Protein Pouches utilizes the GPACTM pouch technology that offers precision nutritional delivery of high-quality whey protein. The product was designed to help all consumers active in any exercise regimen, workout or sport. The product uses 100 percent food grade, edible film, providing consumers the freedom to take protein powders anywhere they desire. This product is a high quality, low sugar option designed to offer versatility to anyone who just wants to add a boost of protein or demands muscle recovery after a strenuous workout.
Winners in each of the 22 categories were announced at SupplySide West 2016 during the SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice Awards Presentations, on October 6 and 7 at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For nearly 20 years, SupplySide has helped dietary supplement, food, beverage, animal nutrition, personal care and cosmetic professionals find information to explore, discover, innovate and market their next best-selling product.
"This year’s Editor’s Choice Awards judging saw the team narrow down the field from hundreds of products to only five on the short list in each category," said Heather Granato, vice president, content, in Informa’s Health & Nutrition Network. "The winning items stood out for bringing a combination of factors, from taste and delivery method to innovation in ingredients and cutting-edge science. They truly represent category leaders and set a high bar for next year’s program."