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TherapeuticsMD launches Rx prenatal that’s certified vegan and certified kosher

BY Michael Johnsen
BOCA RATON, Fla. – TherapeuticsMD recently announced the launch of vitaMedMD's newest prescription prenatal multivitamin, vitaTrue, adding to its prenatal line consisting of vitaPearl, vitaMedMD One Rx, vitaMedMD Plus Rx and vitaMedMD RediChew Rx. 
 
VitaTrue offers women with vegan or kosher preferences and who are planning a pregnancy, pregnant or nursing a complete prenatal multivitamin without compromises. "VitaMedMD has once again listened and responded to the needs of women and the healthcare community for comprehensive nutritional support in the prenatal space, specifically creating a prenatal vitamin that is both certified vegan and certified kosher," stated Jason Spitz, VP marketing, TherapeuticsMD. "Like all vitaMedMD prenatal vitamins, vitaTrue is gluten-free, lactose-free and sugar-free.  Additionally, vitaTrue is fish-free and gelatin-free."
 
VitaTrue contains 16 vitamins and minerals, including 40% more folic acid than the leading prescription prenatal vitamins, and 300 mg of vegan, plant-based DHA. 
 
 
 
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New foot warmer from Pharma Supply fights winter chill

BY Gina Acosta

WELLINGTON, Fla. — Pharma Suppy Inc. is out with a simple solution to a sorely missed creature comfort: warm feet.

The company has launched the Advocate Foot Warmer, which provides relief from cold feet with four separate temperature settings. Serving double duty as a king-sized heating pad, the electric foot warmer features soft polar fleece lining that feels luxurious and helps to retain heat.

The foot warmer’s interior and exterior covers can easily be removed, and are machine washable. It has a nine foot cord to conveniently reach a chair or bed easily. To round out its features, the Advocate Foot Warmer has an auto off regulator.

Read more about it by clicking here.

For the user’s safety, it will automatically turn itself off when it has been used for two hours. The foot warmer is also a fantastic solution for office settings, which often prohibit space heaters and other bulky heating solutions.

 

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Mondelez reimagines the healthy snack

BY Gina Acosta

EAST HANOVER, N.J. — Mondelez International is responding to consumer demand for more wholesome savory snack options with its first new snack brand in over a decade.

The company is debuting GOOD THiNS, made with ingredients such as wheat, potato and rice, and combined with enticing flavors such as garlic, spinach and sweet potato. Each piece is baked thin and crispy without any artificial flavors, colors, cholesterol, partially hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn syrup.

"At Mondelez International, what's important to consumers is important to us. We're regularly taking a consumer pulse on ingredient and flavor preferences, and we're excited to launch a brand that delivers on a broad range of these interests," said Danielle Brown, marketing director for GOOD THiNS at Mondelez International. "Best of all, it's a snack that you can feel good about."

GOOD THiNS will be available in eight delicious varieties at launch:

  • Original
  • Spinach & Garlic
  • Sweet Potato
  • Garlic & Herb
  • Veggie Blend
  • Simply Salt
  • Poppy & Sesame Seed
  • Sea Salt & Pepper

"The name 'GOOD THiNS' pays tribute to the delicious taste and wholesome ingredients, as well as the thin and crispy texture," said Brown. "GOOD THiNS is good on so many levels, we think it will naturally become a go-to for our consumers in any snacking situation."

GOOD THiNS is rolling out nationwide at a suggested retail price of $3.69 per box.

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