SmartyPants Vitamins wants to help consumers obtain their best sleep yet with a new supplement — Relax & Sleep.
Made with ashwagandha, the product was designed to help users relax before bedtime. Also containing 3 g of melatonin to aid in falling asleep faster, the supplement also features chamomile and comes in a cherry-flavored gummy format, the company said.
In addition, the product is IGEN Non-GMO Tested Certified, Certified Vegan by AVA, a Clean Label Project Purity Award recipient, gluten-free, third-party lab tested and free of major allergens.
Currently, SmartyPants Vitamins’ Relax & Sleep supplements are available for purchase online.
Bausch + Lomb rolls out Enhanced PreserVision Areds 2
Bausch + Lomb is debuting a brand-new product — PreserVision Areds 2 Formula mini soft gels with OcuSorb.
Offering a proprietary composition of lutein and zeaxanthin, OcuSorb works to help provide absorption of the nutrients in the body as compared to the product’s original formula, the company said.
“We’re pleased to offer eye care professionals and their patients this enhanced offering — the proven Areds 2 formula eye vitamin with better absorbing nutrients from the patented OcuSorb technology,” said Joe Gordon, president, global consumer, surgical and vision care at Bausch + Lomb. “We remain committed to supporting and providing the nearly 16 million Americans affected by AMD with products that address their eye health needs.”
PreserVision Areds 2 Formula eye vitamins, including OcuSorb, contain the nutrient formula recommended by the National Eye Institute. This includes the previously mentioned lutein and zeaxanthin, which aids in reducing the risk of AMD progression, the company said.
Consumers can find Bausch + Lomb’s PreserVision Areds 2 Formula mini soft gels with OcuSorb at major retailer retailers in the vitamin aisle or online.
Monster Energy revamps energy drinks with Zero Sugar option
Monster Energy is changing how consumers consume their products with a new addition that cuts out sugar.
“Consumers have been asking for years when we would release a sugar-free version of the OG Monster,” said Dan McHugh, Monster Energy CMO. “But we didn’t want to do it until we had the formula just right — and we believe we have nailed it.”
Zero Energy, the brand’s latest launch, contains 160 mg of caffeine and zero sugar and looks to help improve mental performance and focus the company said.
“We are very proud of our existing sugar-free Monster Energy Ultra line, and all of its incredible innovative flavors,” said McHugh. “But we were long-overdue a zero-sugar version of our flagship flavor. The time of Monster Energy Zero Sugar is now.”
Monster Energy Zero Sugar is now available online and in retail locations carrying the brand’s products.
GNC provides holistic health solutions with 50 Plus line
GNC is expanding upon its holistic health solutions by unveiling a new way consumers who are aged 50 years old and older can obtain their essential daily nutrients.
New from the Pittsburgh-based company is the Mega Men and Women’s 50+ Multivitamin Gummies.
‘GNC Mega Men and GNC Women’s products are great solutions for consumers that need daily support to Live Well,” said Kevin Maloberti, vice president of merchandising at GNC. “These gummies provide clinically studied blends that are shown to work throughout your wellness journey. Our new GNC Mega Men and GNC Women’s 50+ Multivitamin Gummies are a celebration of our commitment to consumer-centric innovation which we hope to see amplify the well-being and everyday health of our consumers.”
Both new launches provide consumers with vitamins and minerals to aid in supporting overall enhanced quality of life and longevity, the company said.
GNC Mega Men and Women’s 50+ Multivitamin Gummies are available for purchase at GNC stores and online.
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Ahold Delhaize announced the beginning of its 1 billion Euro share buyback program, which is expected to be completed before the end of 2023.
The purpose of the program is to help reduce the capital of the company by canceling all or part of the common shared acquired through the program, the organization shared.
Executed within the limits of relevant laws and regulations, the existing authority granted Ahold Delhaize’s 2022 annual general meeting of shareholders on April 12, 2022, and the authority if granted by the annual general meeting on April 12, 2023.
The share buyback program is executed in one or several tranches. For each of them, an intermediary is mandated to execute the purchase of the shares at his own discretion during open and closed periods in compliance with the Market Abuse Regulation and within pre-defined execution parameters.
Shares are bought in the market and accumulated on the treasury share account until cancellation. Pursuant to the relevant statutory provisions, cancellation may not be effected earlier than two months after a resolution to cancel shares is adopted and publicly announced. Ahold Delhaize is committed to the share buyback program, but the program is subject to changes in corporate activities, such as but not limited to material M&A activity.