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HPL’s Dry-All looks to save the world, one wet cell phone at a time

BY Allison Cerra

GILBERT, Ariz. HPL, a dehumidifying products maker, has unveiled its newest product for its Dry-All brand.

Dry-All’s wet cellular phone emergency kit dries out wet cell phones in a 48-hour period and works on all types of cell phones, the company said.

The wet cellular phone emergency kit is available at www.wetcellularphoneemergencykit.com.

“Water and electronics do not mix, yet they somehow always end up together in a potentially deadly situation for your personal electronics. This makes our product something that everyone will need at some point,” said Aime Gutierrez, head of of sales and marketing for Dry-All.

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Hannaford cuts the trans fats from private-label products

BY Alaric DeArment

SCARBOROUGH, Maine Hannaford Supermarkets is removing artery-clogging trans fats from its private-label products, according to published reports.

The Associated Press reported Monday that Hannaford had removed the fats from nearly 300 food items.

The chain, owned by Belgium-based Delhaize Group, operates 173 stores in New England and New York and employs 27,000 people, according to its Web site.

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Estracell Wedge Edge sponge now available at retailers nationwide

BY Allison Cerra

WALLED LAKE, Mich. Armaly Brands has expanded the distribution of its Estracell Wedge Edge sponge.

The Wedge Edge sponge, a multi-surface, no scratch scrub sponge that features a patent-pending, 30-degree angle shape that reaches deeper into hard-to-get-to corners and crevices, now will be available at such retailers as Walmart, Winn-Dixie, Spartan Stores, Publix.

“Consumer demand has driven retailers to make the Wedge Edge available in outlets nationwide,” said John Armaly Jr., president of Armaly Brands.  “As more consumers discovered the product’s distinctive shape which allowed them to clean those hard-to-get-to areas and experienced the advantages of the Estracell material the demand for the product really took off.  We had reports from buyers telling us that customers were asking for the product which was really a key component in allowing us to secure additional distribution.”

Armaly also is the maker of cleaning products Brillo, Auto Show and Armaly ProPlus.

 

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