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From food labs to the aisles of Woolies: Dr Vincent’s apple innovation is changing lives

FIRST ACT SEASON 2 - EPISODE 27

Does an apple a day keep the doctor away? Dr Vincent Candrawinata knows the answer. He’s the founder of Renovatio, one of Australia’s fastest-growing health and wellness brands specialising in anti-inflammatory relief.

At the core (boom-tish!) of his operations are apples from Orange, NSW. Yes, apples from Orange. The highly respected antioxidant researcher, food scientist and clinical nutritionist discovered how to extract bionic antioxidants from apples using only water – a process scientists globally had been trying to do for more than 80 years. Renovatio has since helped 1000s of Australians – here’s the story behind the brand.


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