Exciting news! MAAB International, the official importer and wholesaler of Peptest in New Zealand, is now selling our reflux diagnostic saliva test in the country.

Customers in New Zealand can now order Peptest directly at www.peptest.co.nz

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD/ GERD) is a chronic and highly prevalent disorder affecting an estimated 20 per cent of the population in New Zealand.

Peptest BettyMAAB Group, a family-owned investment and trading company founded by pharmaceutical industry veterans, has registered Peptest in the New Zealand Web Assisted Notification of Devices (WAND) database – an essential step for medical devices to be legally supplied in the country.

As well as launching a new website to sell Peptest, MAAB is also working with specialist clinics, GP practices and dental surgeries to offer the reflux diagnostic test on site.

Peptest New ZealandIt is already available in locations across New Zealand, including at the Auckland ENT Group in Auckland; the Golden Apple Dental in Hastings, Hawke’s Bay; The Doctors Greenlane medical centre in Auckland, as well as at Lumino City Dental at Quay Park in Auckland.

News of Peptest’s official launch in New Zealand also featured in Verve Magazine, the Auckland lifestyle magazine.

Alex Lou, Founder and Managing Director, of MAAB, says: “We’re always fascinated by science that makes a difference in people’s lives and Peptest offers a simple, non-invasive way of diagnosing reflux.

“It is so important before self-treating or embarking on a medical treatment journey to obtain evidence of true reflux and treat accordingly.

“We’re delighted to launch our new website so that people living in New Zealand can order Peptest directly. We are also very keen to work with even more businesses and healthcare professionals across the country who share our passion for improving health and wellbeing.”

Interested in working with MAAB and Peptest? Get in touch!



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