Quality Food Brands products now available at Rite Aid
MONROE, Mich. Quality Food Brands, a subsidiary of Synergy Brands, will sell its products in Rite Aid stores across the country, Quality Food Brands said.
“We are confident that these products will enjoy excellent sales movement,” said Mair Faibish, CEO of Synergy Brands. He added: “QFBI has a strong expectation that this is the beginning of a good relationship with one of the leading drug retailers in the United States.”
Rite Aid operates 4,780 drug stores in 31 states. The company offers approximately 25,000 front-end products in its stores.
Justin’s chocolate butters now available at Whole Foods
BOULDER, Colo. A brand of organic and all-natural nut butters will roll out its new line of all-natural chocolate flavors in Whole Foods.
Whole Foods now will carry Justin’s chocolate hazelnut butter, chocolate almond butter and chocolate peanut butter in both 16-oz. jars and 1.15-oz. squeeze packs.
“We are honored that Whole Foods Market has chosen our new chocolate flavors to expand its fine selection of organic and all-natural nut butters, nationally,” said Justin Gold, company founder and CEO. “Our customers are getting what they’ve asked for with the release of these new flavors as the first healthy and premium chocolate nut butter spreads on the market.”
P&G’s Future Friendly launches Find Your Footprint program
CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble’s Future Friendly is launching an education program for schools nationwide with the help of the National Geographic Society.
Find Your Footprint is an integrated in-school conservation education program that focuses on energy, waste and water tips that can then be applied to participate in a national classroom conservation contest, with the goal being to reduce of our environmental footprint.
“We know that children can inspire more sustainable lifestyles. By supporting interactive conservation tools like Find Your Footprint, Future Friendly will help educate and motivate families to make simple changes in their homes and schools that add up to meaningful reductions in our environmental footprint,” said Maurice Coffey, marketing director for P&G Future Friendly. “We’re equally excited that this announcement represents the next step in our partnership with National Geographic to promote conservation-minded lifestyles through dynamic communications.”