Help I’m Nauseous latest Help Remedies product launch
NEW YORK — Help Remedies on Tuesday announced the launch of its Help I’m Nauseous antiemetic.
Help I’m Nauseous contains eight, nondrowsy meclizine tablets in the 25-mg strength for relief of motion sickness in an easy to carry, portable package.
“Motion sickness is a common part of traveling and our product is small and easy to pack,” Help Remedies CEO Richard Fine said. “It’s a great item to throw into your travel bag, whether you are traveling by air, sea or street.”
“Help I’m nauseous should be included with 3D glasses,” added Nathan Frank, Help Remedies creative director. “Nothing ruins going to see summer blockbusters more than vomiting in your lap.”
AlcoMate awarded ECRM Home Health Care Best Product
ATLANTA — AK GlobalTech last month was recognized with a Best Product of the Show Award for its AlcoMate SafeGuard (AL2500) at the ECRM Home Health Care EPPS here.
The AlcoMate SafeGuard is a portable, personal breathalyzer designed for home use. Selling for $49.99 on Walgreens.com, the device has been certified for use by law enforcement by the Department of Transportation and carries a U.S. Coast Guard Approved certification. The three-digit LED results display is backlit for nighttime use, and no mouthpieces are necessary.
ECRM’s Best Product of the Show Award, sponsored by DSN, represents the most talked about product at the show, according to votes taken from attending retail buyers.
Abbott launches Perfectly Simple by ZonePerfect
ABBOTT PARK, Ill. — Abbott recently launched Perfectly Simple by ZonePerfect, a line extension that is gluten-free and features fewer ingredients in each bar (between six and 10 ingredients).
Shipping in April, Perfectly Simple by ZonePerfect is available in three flavors: peanut crunch, cranberry almond and toasted coconut. The nutrition bars contain 10 g of protein, with no preservatives or added coloring. Each bar contains between 170 and 200 calories.