Progressive Grocer Product

Summer 2015

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4 4 Progressive Grocer Products Showcase / Summer 2015 NON-FOODS Two-in-One Nail Polish Remover Cutex released Cutex Twister with SPA Formula Nail Polish Remover. This one-stop remover jar is filled with Cutex SPA Formula, which is designed to clear hard-to-remove polish like glitter and dark lacquer quickly and effectively. A specially engineered sponge in the tub removes the need for cotton balls, and a handy bristle brush gently scrubs away stubborn polish. Cutex St. Louis American-inspired Lighter BIC Multi-Purpose Lighter is launching an Americana-inspired series. The multi-purpose lighters feature limited-edition handles in stars and stripes and plaid patterns. Features of the BIC Americana Multi-Purpose Lighter include: child-resistant mechanism, long wand to keep hands safe and retractable hook for easy storage. They are made with USA Fuel Cartridges. BIC Consumer Products USA Shelton, Conn. Turmeric Powders Gaia Herbs added to its family of functional Turmeric products with TurmericBoost: Restore and TurmericBoost: Uplift. Both feature vanilla chai and prebiotic fiber, and are easily blended into smoothies or milk beverages for superfood enhancement. TurmericBoost is the first Turmeric powder line to offer standardized Turmeric Root extract with 42 mg of curcumin per serving to support a healthy inflammatory response. Gaia Herbs Brevard, N.C. Body Cloths Offering aromatherapy on the go, Revive Body Cloths are formulated with the brand's high-quality essential oils – not fragrance oils. Derived from botanical and mineral ingredients without synthetic chemicals, Revive Body Cloths are alcohol-free and biodegradable and come in three signature aromatherapy blends: Calm, Balance and Focus. The cloth is Forest Stewardship Council and Rainforest Alliance certified and retail for $3.79 per pack of 12. Frontier Natural Products Co-op Norway, Iowa Vitamin D for Infants Nordic Naturals introduced a natural vitamin D3 for infants. Baby's Vitamin D3 is offered in the natural form of vitamin D (cholecalciferol) for optimal absorption, and comes in a carrier oil of certified organic extra virgin olive oil. Packaged in a dropper bottle for easy application or addition into food or drink, the product meets the American Academy of Pediatrics daily recommendation of 400 I.U. in one drop. In addition, Baby's Vitamin D3 contains no coloring, flavoring, GMOs, gluten or milk derivatives. Nordic Naturals Watsonville, Calif. Personal Care Thrive Natural Care continues to grow its natural and organic personal care products through its innovative approach to sustainability and pioneering the adventure-based shave and skin care brand. Thrive's line includes: Face Wash, Energy Scrub, Shave Oil, and Face Balm. Thrive is based in a deep commitment to quality sourcing, consumer-driven product development, and the commercialization of unique botanicals that simultaneously restore the environment. Thrive Natural Care San Francisco Laundry Detergent All released All Radiant, a new liquid detergent designed to restore whites and protect colors over time at 30 percent less cost than the leading brand, the company says. All Radiant addresses excessive laundering with its patented Fiber Shield Technology, which helps protect colors and makes dingy whites look whiter. All Radiant is available in sizes ranging from 46.5 oz. to 141 oz. for suggested retail prices from $4.25 to $8.50 Sun Products Corp Wilton, Conn. Citrus Eating Help Citra Products of Florida is repackaging its line of fruit-eating kitchen housewares with a nostalgic "old Florida" look. The first of the products to be repackaged with the new look are the Citra Sipper and the Amazing Mr. Skinner. The Citra Sipper is a plastic "straw" that allows consumers to sip juice directly from an orange. Mr. Skinner is a tool that scores and helps remove the peels from oranges and grapefruit. Its smaller tip is a strawberry huller. Citra Products of Florida Sarasota, Fla.

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