Marsh Supermarkets CEO makes exit
INDIANAPOLIS — Marsh Supermarkets CEO Frank Lazaran is leaving the company, according to published reports.
The Indianapolis Star reported Tuesday that Lazaran was leaving after having led the company — based in the Indianapolis suburb of Fishers, Ind. — for four years.
The original owners, the Marsh family, sold the chain to Florida-based Sun Capital Partners in 2006 for $325 million.
Bayer markets Arctic Wonder NKO in the United States
LAVAL, Quebec — Neptune Technologies & Bioressources last week announced that Bayer HealthCare’s consumer care division formally has launched its Arctic Wonder proprietary Neptune Krill Oil in the United States following a successful market test.
Bayer’s market test, conducted over the last year with NKO under its Arctic Wonder brand, was performed in the U.S. Internet direct-response e-commerce channel of trade.
"The Acasti management team is delighted by the relationship Neptune has developed with Bayer,” stated Tina Sampalis, president of Acasti Pharma, a Neptune Technologies subsidiary. “This is yet another significant milestone for Neptune’s strategic planning, which will help NKO achieve extensive consumer awareness and appreciation.”
New Eco Plant Pals from Dune Craft hit market
CLEVELAND — A new collection of gardening kits for kids has entered the market.
Eco Plant Pals are available 18 different styles, including such plants as aloe vera, cactus and more, and feature their own trading card, decal and planters made from corn-based plastic, which are biodegradable and renewable.
Eco Plant Pals currently are available for $2.99 each at 5 Below stores and online at DuneCraft.com.