Trace Minerals Research Launches Redesigned Web site -

OGDEN, Utah, March 1, 2010 - Trace Minerals Research, a 35-year veteran in the mineral-based dietary supplement category, has redesigned its Web site - The revamped site mirrors the look and feel of Trace Minerals' new packaging and logo, and includes added features such as:

- Site search
- Press room
- Social media links
- Video/podcasts
- Downloadable product literature
- Secured retailer area

"As Trace Minerals' visual product identity evolved over the past year, we felt it important that our Web site reflect this evolution, as well as provided customers with a user-friendly online resource for locating information about our wide range of products," stated Matt Kilts, managing partner of Trace Minerals. "Our redesigned site also offers retailers an area to access an order form for additional inventory, as well an in store training video to help educate sales staff."

The Web site provides complete information on Trace Minerals'
extensive line, including liquid and tablet minerals, multivitamins, exotic juices, wellness and lifestyle offerings, bone and joint
products, children's formulas and energy and performance products.
Additionally, offers an extensive array of educational materials highlighting the numerous health benefits of minerals.

For more information on Trace Minerals' product line, visit booth
#1829 at Expo West.

About Trace Minerals Research:
Trace Minerals Research ( markets and distributes essential minerals harvested from Utah's Great Salt Lake for supplement use. The company uses these naturally balanced, naturally occurring minerals as the basis for all products in its brand product line. Extensive research supports the need to keep minerals in proper balance throughout the body in order to achieve optimal health. Trace Minerals Research is focused solely on servicing the natural products industry, and the company's complete line of superior quality nutritional supplements is backed by a "Feel the Difference or Your Money Back" guarantee.

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