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Capsugel Extends its Commitment to Vitamin Angels

May 29, 2014

Capsugel, Morristown, NJ, has extended its commitment to help Vitamin Angels fulfill its mission in providing pregnant women, new mothers and children under five gain access to vitamins and minerals.
Capsugel will continue to donate capsules through a partnership effort with the Andrew Lessman Foundation and ProCaps Laboratories, which will fill the capsules with prenatal vitamins that are then donated to Vitamin Angels for distribution around the world.
“Vitamin Angels’ profound caring for the well-being of others is nothing short of inspirational, and a value that we hold dear at Capsugel as well,” said Guido Driesen, president and chief executive officer, Capsugel. “Through our partnership with the Andrew Lessman Foundation, we are proud to play a small part in Vitamin Angels’ most admirable efforts, which are having a significant, positive impact on the health of tens of millions of at-risk women and children worldwide.”
The agreement builds on Capsugel’s existing two-year commitment, extending the company’s support of Vitamin Angels for an additional two years. 
“We are thrilled to continue our strategic partnership with Capsugel and the Andrew Lessman Foundation,” said Howard Schiffer, president and founder of Vitamin Angels. “Their annual donation enables us to help more than a quarter of a million women each year by providing them with the critical prenatal vitamins they need to keep them and their babies healthy during pregnancy and beyond.”
Capsugel’s majority stakeholder, KKR, is a strong advocate of both the company’s work with Vitamin Angels and its overarching commitment to help those in need.

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