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Re: Swiss version of Ensure (Pediasure)

http://www.vitadrogerie.ch/index.cfm?seite=47

I sent them an email to confirm but it seems they sell ensure (Will update you once they confirm back). There is also another place in Winterthur.

If anyone speaks German, please call and ask (if its the Abbott Brand).

http://www.vitadrogerie.ch/artikel.c...artikel=243753
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Re: Swiss version of Ensure (Pediasure)

I contacted the company in Winterthur,

its the same brand and type.

Good luck drinking Ensure, great for those who do not have a normal eating pattern.

I also ordered 4 bottles.. I must say very expensive, about 5.65/bottle whereas the US sells it for 9$ for a 6pack.
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Re: Swiss version of Ensure (Pediasure)

I used to buy them all enough some time to I had at least 3 learners each season who consumed them at lunchtime. They are not therapeutic, so I can't think about why they would be in the apotheke. They were in the food market in the US, along with mature proteins drinks and ones for older individuals.
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Re: Swiss version of Ensure (Pediasure)

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Not trying to shoot the messenger. Thanks for the advice. Sometimes I just find it irritating that things work so differently than the surrounding neighbour countries. I would not expect things to be similar to the US or UK, but when France, Germany and Italy all have a certain product that we lack, it is frustrating.
Hi dear I am living in france now and have been looking for abbott products for a really long time. Can you PLEASE tell me where have you seen these, while you were here on vacation?

I would greatly appreciate it!
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