Rhino Naturals entered the natural food business in 1997 with a Rhino Blends line of herbal tonics packaged in containers shaped like rhino horns. The products didn’t exactly charge off the shelves, however, and by 2000 the line was abandoned. But Rhino Naturals had created some tasty herbal tonics based on traditional Asian formulas, and it began supplying them to food service operators as nutritional additives for smoothies, juices, ice-blended coffees and other be
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