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KVK-Tech adds former AmerisourceBergen exec to roster

BY Ryan Chavis

NEWTOWN, Pa. — KVK-Tech, a developer, manufacturer and marketer of specialty pharmaceuticals, announced the appointment of Joseph Lefebvre as VP business development, marketing and API sourcing.

Lefebvre joins the company with more than 25 years of experience in sales and marsketing, as well as global generic sourcing. He most recently served as VP proprietary generic sourcing at AmerisourceBergen.

“We are excited to add Joe to the KVK team," said Anthony Tabasso, KVK-Tech’s president and CEO. "His experience working in the generics landscape for the past two-and-a-half decades will strengthen our organization and help us ensure that we continue to deliver world class products to our customers at a competitive price, and with unmatched reliability.”

 

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Annie’s delivers new snack and meal kits

BY Ryan Chavis

BERKELEY, Calif. — Annie’s, a natural and organic food company, announced a variety of Snack and Mini Meal kits, which combine popular snack and meal items in a shelf-stable unit.

Annie’s Snack Kits are available in Almond Butter & Crackers, Hummus & Crackers and Gluten Free. Annie’s Mini Meal Kits are available in White Cheddar Mac & Cheese, Real Aged Cheddar Mac & Cheese and Gluten Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar.

"For busy parents, it can be a challenge to quickly put together a meal or snack that tastes great, your kids love and you feel good about serving," said Sarah Bird, Chief Mom Officer for Annie’s. "At Annie’s, healthful and wholesome are not trade-offs for great taste, convenience or portability. Our new Snack and Mini Meal Kits encompass Annie’s core belief that real food tastes better."  

Annie’s Snack and Mini Meal Kits are available exclusively at Target with an suggested retail price of $3.99 per kit. The kits offer 6 g to 10 g of protein, 3 g to 6 g of fiber and one full serving of fruit in each kit.

 

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Sea-Band announces launch of Sea-Band Mama anti-nausea products

BY Michael Johnsen

HINCKLEY, England — Sea-Band recently expanded its line of drug-free nausea products with the introduction of Sea-Band Mama. The niche targeted by the new product is pregnant women experiencing morning sickness. 

The new Sea-Band Mama products include Sea-Band Mama Acupressure Wristbands which use the technique of acupressure to trigger the P6 pressure point, which in turn causes the nervous system to release natural chemicals that quell nausea. And there also is Sea-Band Mama Ginger Lozenges with folic acid.

The products began shipping in May. 

 

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