O-Cedar launches ProMist
AURORA, Ill. O-Cedar has introduced a new way to keep floors clean.
O-Cedar’s ProMist is a reusable, washable microfiber pad that requires minimum to no cleaning solution to get the job done. It’s safe for vinyl and linoleum; wood and laminate; ceramic tiles and marble and stone, O-Cedar said.
“Whether it’s offering a bucket-free cleaning option or reusable, microfiber pad, the ProMist is changing the game on how to keep floors clean,” said Domineca Neal, senior marketing manager, on the O-Cedar brand at Freudenberg Household Products. “Microfibers provide superior cleaning and the washable head allows consumers to have a fresh start every time.”
The ProMist complete cleaning system includes one durable pad, one semi-disposable pad (for a limited time), an instruction booklet with cleaning tips, $5 rebate offer and $1 refill coupon at a MSRP of $21.99. The durable ProMist microfiber refill is available at a MSRP of $8.99. Semi-disposable ProMist microfiber refills are available in ten-packs with a MSRP of $7.99. The ProMist is sold in the mop and broom section.
Smiling Planet announced partnership with Healthy Child Healthy World
LOS ANGELES Smiling Planet a new line of earth-friendly lifestyle products for kids, has joined the Healthy Child Healthy World network.
The partnership represents a joint commitment to raising awareness about preventing children’s exposure to harmful chemicals, and also reinforces the high standards of safety, quality, and environmental consciousness that Smiling Planet sets for its children’s dinnerware. Smiling Planet’s plates and bowls are specifically designed to be a safe and practical alternative to dinnerware containing melamine, BPA and other harmful chemicals, Smiling Planet said.
“Today’s parents are inundated with conflicting information about product safety, often leaving them unsure about which products are best,” said Freddy Deane, who co-founded Smiling Planet with wife Olivia Haviland. “We’re proud to join Healthy Child Healthy World to empower parents to find the safest possible products for their children, and for the planet.”
Sagent’s generic Imitrex receives regulatory approval
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. The Food and Drug Administration has approved a generic injected drug made by Sagent Pharmaceuticals for treating migraine attacks, Sagent said Monday.
The FDA approved Sagent’s sumatriptan succinate injection in the 6 mg per 0.5 milliliter strength. The drug is used to treat acute migraine attacks and cluster headache episodes.
Sumatriptan is a generic version of GlaxoSmithKline’s Imitrex. Injectable sumatriptan had $22 million in sales in 2009, according to IMS Health.