A limited action to support the function of our immune systems & to fight Covid-19
Pandemics have repeatedly afflicted people. With the new, rapidly spreading corona virus, mankind is confronted with a frightening situation that determines everyday life. However, if we all strictly follow the recommendations of health organisations and local authorities, we will also survive this crisis in good health. Vitalp wants to contribute to the fight against COVID-19 and is launching a limited product campaign for a good cause: the Immune System Boost lozenges. With the recommended daily amount of vitamin C, the minerals zinc and copper and the natural extracts of elderberry and icelandic moss, you get an extra boost to strengthen your immune system. With two lozenges a day, you support the normal function of your immune system and help to protect the cells from oxidative stress. With the purchase of the product, your donation also supports all actions to contain COVID-19.
Support not only your immune system, but also the good cause
For each package of IMMUNE SYSTEM BOOST sold we donate 50 Eurocents to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which was launched by the WHO (World Health Organisation) in partnership with the United Nations Foundation and the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation (see note below).
We will continuously publish a news update on the website with the current donation level, which we have achieved together for the fight against COVID-19.
>> DONATION STATUS ON 16/09/2020: 75'250.00 Euros
The Vitalp Immune System Boost lozenges will soon be available in stores. We have just launched the product. We are now bundling all our strengths to get retail partners interested in this project and will keep you informed about new retailers.
>> CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AT KAUFLAND (DE), VOLG (CH), COMBI (DE) AND FAMILA (DE)
Together we can do it - stay healthy!
Your Vitalp team and the entire staff of the manufacturer Domaco Dr. med. Aufdermaur AG
COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund
The Fund is leading and coordinating the worldwide effort to contain the global pandemic of COVID-19. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has joined forces with two charitable foundations: the United Nations Foundation and the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation. These two organizations receive funds that are then used by the World Health Organization to support countries according the COVID-19 Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan.
More information on the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund can be found here: