The Swiss Vitamin Institute maintains a key international position in the analysis of vitamins in food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and biological samples for medical diagnostics of vitamins. Its certification service combined with the use of the SVI seal represents added value that helps its customers to grow their business.
The core expertise of the Swiss Vitamin Institute lies in the analysis of vitamins in food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and biological samples for medical diagnostics with state-of-the-art technology in an accredited facility based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The Swiss Vitamin Institute’s seal of approval program is a quality control service offered to companies to certify either the vitamin content or stability of specific products (food, vitamin supplements, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics).
The Swiss Vitamin Institute teams up with research centers and companies to develop innovative analytical methods. it also participates in public health projects to understand the impact of diets, aging and diseases on vitamin status.
Measure your vitamin profile and get a full checkup and nutritional information. Deficiency in vitamins or hypervitaminosis may arise due to diseases, aging, vegetarian diet without meat and vegan diet without animal products or vitamin supplement intake. Well-informed individuals can maintain a balanced vitamin acquisition for healthy life.
The Swiss Vitamin Institute has established worldwide collaborations ranging from research and clinical projects to commercial products in all vitamin related fields. The Institute is flexible and adapts to its partners’ specificities to deliver customised R&D and commercial solutions. The SVI works together with its partners to create value and to bring improved health, nutrition and healthcare outcomes to people. Below is a non-exhaustive list of the Swiss Vitamin Institute’s partners.
They are present in food and some are produced within the body : vitamin D for instance is produced upon sun exposure and vitamin K is produced by probiotic gut bacteria.
Vitamins are essential in small quantities to the nutrition and health of most animals and humans.
Varied nutrition is required to cover vitamin needs. Aging and pathological conditions may cause vitamin deficiency.