Tahitian Noni Juice with Acerola available in limited edition
PROVO, Utah Tahitian Noni International, on Thursday announced the availability of a limited edition super fruit blend of Tahitian Noni Juice with Acerola, a juice that combines the benefits of noni with Acerola for an immune boost.
“Tahitian Noni Juice is the No. 1 selling noni-juice product in the world,” stated Shon Whitney, vice president of marketing for Tahitian Noni International. “This new flavor addition will give people the refreshing taste of Acerola and provide another reason to drink Tahitian Noni Juice for those who are looking for a high source of natural vitamin C.”
eDiets announces alli-partnered meal delivery available
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. eDiets.com on Wednesday announced the immediate availability of its fresh meal delivery program specially designed to coordinate with GlaxoSmithKline’s alli product for weight loss.
“eDiets does all of the calorie counting, thinking and planning for the alli program, so users don’t need to,” stated Pamela Ofstein, director of nutrition services for eDiets.
eDiets fresh meal delivery plans are available in 5 or 7 day plans for $15.95 a day plus shipping.
The launch follows last week’s announcement of the relationship with GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, the company stated
NanoMask final test shows better than 99 percent effectiveness
LAS VEGAS Emergency Filtration Products on Wednesday announced the results of the final report for the assessment of virucidal effectiveness of treated masks (the NanoMask filter media) using avian influenza virus from the independent testing laboratory which conducted the test.
According to the final report, the test resulted in a 99.96 percent reduction of the avian influenza virus.
The final report was based on filter media samples coated with a silver nanoparticle formulation which underwent one year of simulated aging. The sample was challenged with the avian influenza strain H9N2.
This result compares favorably with a previously disclosed result which indicated a 99.75 percent reduction obtained from a preliminary report by the same independent testing laboratory.
EFP plans to complete a series of tests necessary to the information required to support its 510(k) submission to the FDA for the NanoMask, the company announced in November, including tests of accelerated aging, with follow-on efficacy testing, which ascertains the product’s ability to kill pathogens after a prolonged period of time. This will help determine the NanoMask’s accurate shelf life for inventory purposes.
Other testing expected to be completed prior to completion of the accelerated aging test are leaching tests, which ensure that the silver nanoparticle formulation does not separate from the filter media.
Sales of the NanoMask have been held pending FDA approval, at least according to the handful of web sites advertising the NanoMask. The mask, however, appears to have been designed for the consumer market—there are presently five adult masks (yellow, green, red, blue and purple) and three child masks (yellow, green and purple), all advertised for $12.99 on birdfluprotection.com. Similarly, a 10-pack of replacement filters also retails for $12.99 on the site.