Whole Foods Market Announces Supplement Sale Featuring New Exclusive Onnit Products
Supplements 25 percent off, Jan. 5 to 7
AUSTIN, Texas (Dec. 28, 2017) – Whole Foods Market will kick off the season of New Years’ resolutions with a three-day sale on supplements, Jan. 5 to 7. During the sale, all supplements, including protein powders, will be 25 percent off.
The sale will feature exclusive products from Onnit, one of the fastest growing fitness and lifestyle companies in the country. Onnit’s product selection includes supplements to help with brain, memory, stress, mood and relaxation. The selection includes, but is not limited to:
- Alpha BRAIN Instant Peach Drink Mix
- Alpha BRAIN Memory & Focus Supplement
- New MOOD Stress & Mood Support Supplement
- Onnit MCT Oil
- Melatonin Spray, Lavender & Mint Varieties
- Total Gut Health Probiotic Supplement
- Shroom TECH Sport
“We are excited to partner with Onnit as they commit to using only nutrient-dense ingredients, and their unique products to inspire peak performance,” said Keith McBride, global whole body senior category manager at Whole Foods Market. “The timing of this sale is perfect for those with health-focused resolutions for 2018. We offer a wide and exclusive selection of trusted supplement brands and in-store Whole Body experts to aid shoppers’ nutritional goals.”
On Jan. 5, Onnit Pro Team Players Tyron Woodley and JP Sears, will host events at Whole Foods Market Playa Vista in Los Angeles and Whole Foods Market Tribeca in New York City. The events will include product demos and recipes promoting Total Human Optimization.
"Personally, I shop at Whole Foods Market, so joining forces with them is a natural fit,” said Aubrey Marcus, founder and CEO of Onnit. “We're looking forward to providing customers of both brands the added convenience and discoverability made possible by this exciting partnership."
Whether shopping for protein or nutritional powders, mushroom mixes or a turmeric blend, our Whole Body Team Members can help shoppers sift through the selection of ‘super powders,’ a leading food trend for 2018.