Sun to take Taro private
MUMBAI, India — Sun Pharmaceutical Industries will take Taro Pharmaceutical Industries private, under a merger agreement between the two companies announced Sunday.
Sun, based in India, has sought to buy Israel-based Taro since 2007 and owns about 77.5% of the latter’s shares.
After the merger is complete, Taro will become a privately held company and wholly owned subsidiary of Sun. Taro shareholders will receive $39.50 per share.
Nature’s Own launches Oatmeal Toasters
THOMASVILLE, Ga. — Nature’s Own has introduced a new line of breakfast items.
Oatmeal Toasters are made with whole grains and real oats and studded with sweet fruit. Each square offers 4g of fiber and 20 g of whole grain and is available in cinnamon raisin and cranberry orange flavors.
"We wanted to create a recipe for something truly different and we have achieved just that with the Oatmeal Toasters," said Keith Aldredge, VP marketing/breads and rolls for Flowers Foods. "They combine the taste, texture, and portability of bagels, English muffins, and breakfast breads — all in one. Oatmeal Toasters are perfect for an on-the-go breakfast or snack, for both kids and adults. With fiber, whole grains, and only 160 calories, they are a delicious, healthy choice."
Oatmeal Toasters are sold in resealable packages of eight and currently are available at stores in the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southwest.
HDesign launches toilet paper replacement device
MISSOURI CITY, Texas — HDesign has introduced a toilet paper replacement device.
The EZ-I/O Changer uses the existing functionality of the typical toilet paper roller to its advantage. With the EZ-IO Changer, the toilet paper itself becomes the main object used to remove, replace, and install an empty (or full) roll of toilet paper; instead of holding onto the ends of the roller.
Additional information about this product can be found here.