SNS Nutrition launches on Tradedoubler

posted by Juliana Faustino - Account Manager09 Jun 2014

We are happy to announce that SNS Nutrition has launched on Tradedoubler. TREC NUTRITION is Europe’s premium sports supplements company with a proven track record of supplying the best nutrition products to professional sportsmen and sportswomen. Join today and earn 15% commission.

We go beyond proteins and vitamins – our wide range includes pre work out powders, energy gels, thermogenic fat burners and vitality products. We work in constant cooperation with laboratories, nutrition technologists, sports physicians and distinguished athletes. Our products are subject to the strictest quality regulations and we toil to make sure they are of the highest quality. We work closely with research institutions such as medical universities and universities of physical education as we are always aiming to improve and develop. We are the first sports nutrition company in Europe to receive an ISO 22000 Safety Certificate by SGS. This certification is reserved usually for the food production industry which highlights the care that goes into our products. We are also the only sports nutrition company to have ever been awarded the Solidna Firma (Reliable Business) award.

TREC NUTRITION supports a range of athletes from a number of disciplines. The TREC TEAM is an elite group of athletes including bodybuilders, MMA fighters, Triathletes & American Football players. For many years the face of the company has been bodybuilding champion of Poland, Tomasz Bobrowski and in 2006 we became the main sponsor of Polish Champions, Arka Gdynia Rugby team. We also sponsor Muay Thai champion, Mariusz Cieslinski and Irish bodybuilding champion, David Geler and well as athletes in lesser-known sports such as arm-wrestling champion, Denis Cyplenkov. Visit our website to learn more.

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