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Kroger makes the Dow Jones Sustainability Index-North America for the second time

BY Michael Johnsen

 

CINCINNATI — Kroger on Monday announced it has made the Dow Jones Sustainability Index-North America for the second time. The company's inaugural listing was last year.
 
The Dow Jones Sustainability Index-North America tracks the economic, environmental and social sustainability performance of the top 20% of the 600 largest North America-based companies in the Dow Jones Global Total Stock Market Index. 
 
"We strive to make the world a better place through our sustainability leadership," stated Rodney McMullen, Kroger's CEO. "We believe we have a responsibility to be good stewards of the environment, the economy and our communities, and so we have challenged all parts of our business to make improvements today that will protect tomorrow. Kroger's inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index is a sign that we are making real progress."
 

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BeActive Brace fights back pain

BY Barbara White-Sax

TREVOSE, Pa. — Top Dog Direct is putting a lot of muscle behind its BeActive Brace. The brace, developed by a physical therapist, relieves tension up the sciatic nerve by providing firm trigger point acupressure from a patented pressure pad to the calf muscle. The acupressure brace is effective in reducing both short term and chronic sciatic back pain, according to the company.

The BeActive Brace is easy to apply, can be used on the right or left leg, and is discreet and easily hidden under clothing. The brace can be worn at home or at work, and also while exercising, and is comfortable enough to wear while sleeping. The BeActive Brace retails for $19.99 and is rolling out nationwide.

 

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Hurricane Spin Mop a top-seller

BY Barbara White-Sax

FAIRFIELD, N.J. — Hurricane Spin Mop, an ergonomic mop featuring microfiber technology, has become a top-selling product for TeleBrands. The mop cleans large surfaces with less water than traditional mops and does not require disposable refill pads since its detachable microfiber head can be machine washed up to 300 times.

The Hurricane Spin Mop retails for $39.99.

 

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