The home page’s interactive features provide an overview of the company’s service offering, with the design goal of helping users find the right solution for each project
Glanbia Nutritionals has launched a redesigned website, designed to offer an experience that quickly connects visitors with the company’s people, ingredients and services.
“Glanbia Nutritionals is built to help our customers innovate for better nutritional, functional and operational performance in their products,” said Brian Phelan, CEO Glanbia Nutritionals. “Our new website demonstrates how we can help support our customers to grow their businesses with unique, high-quality, innovative nutrition solutions, tailored to solve their nutritional and functional challenges.”
The home page’s interactive features provide an overview of the company’s service offering, with the design goal of helping users find the right solution for each project.
As they navigate further, Glanbia says, users will find an open, explorable site where they can quickly access information on specific ingredients and services, as well as the company’s full offering of products, organised by market. The site also hosts the NutriKnowledge Centre where visitors can view insights, nutrition resources, previously recorded webinars to gain deeper understanding on a number of relevant topics, the company says.
Eric Borchardt, Director of Corporate Marketing at Glanbia Nutritionals added: “We wanted to create a website that provides visitors with the most up-to-date information about the nutrition solutions they seek — as well as useful tools and insights that build their overall market and product knowledge. This enhanced site delivers on that promise.”
The site displays all Glanbia’s core capabilities including proteins, custom premix solutions, plant-based nutrition, bioactive ingredients and cheese.
“As with our live interactions, we look forward to showing visitors who interact with our new web site how we can help grow their business through unique, high-quality, innovative nutrition solutions,” said Borchardt.