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Coldstream Naturals develops new line of USDA-certified organic oral care products

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEWBERRY, Fla. — Coldstream Naturals has unveiled four new USDA-certified organic and GMO-free oral care products, making it the only marketer of certified organic oral care products in the United States, the company stated.

“Our USDA organic certification enables us to help like-minded retailers deliver such products to an increasingly health savvy public, and is already proving to be a valuable component of our business,” stated Coldstream Naturals president Bob Zahradnik.

Coldstream Naturals’ certified organic tooth creams and mouthwashes feature Citrozine, a proprietary blend of natural fruit bioflavonoids, which, according to the manufacturer, are known to help maintain good oral health by neutralizing oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Both formulas are designed to cleanse and protect teeth and gums while helping to soothe gum tissue.

The tooth cream is a low foaming, fluoride-free, low abrasive formula with mild, natural polishers. The mouthwash is a gentle formula with no bite, burn or bitterness, which can encourage longer rinsing times for more effective results. The products are available in two flavors, peppermint and cinnamon.

Coldstream Naturals’ products do not contain such ingredients as synthetic foaming agents, silica, titanium dioxide, bleaching agents, alcohol or harsh, processed chemicals. They are free of artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or sweeteners, and are also suitable for vegetarians and vegans.


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BY Michael Johnsen

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It’s a prime example of how more retailers are looking to compete in the omnichannel arena, where shoppers are treated to a where-they-want, what-they-want, when-they-want buying experience. 

"Not enough time to do your grocery shopping? Nobody to watch the kids? Try our online grocery ordering," Weis advises on its "Weis E. Market Street" site. 

Orders are available for curbside pick-up. "At this time, we do not ship groceries," the supermarket operator stated. 


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PharmaCare introduces new Sambucol product into immune booster space

BY Michael Johnsen

SAN DIEGO — PharmaCare last week showcased its new Sambucol Soft Chewable Throat Lozenge, Sambucol Pastilles, at the NACDS Total Store Expo. 

The product folds into a growing set associated with cough/cold — immune system boosters. Made by combining PharmaCare’s proprietary elderberry extract with vitamin C, zinc and honey, the product is being introduced as a convenient "on-the-go" immune booster solution. 

Suggested retail price is $7.99 for 20 pastilles.


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