NOW Foods Announces New Packaging for Natural Food Products

NOW Foods, the multiple award-winning manufacturer of natural dietary supplements, health foods, and personal care products, announced today that it recently began introducing newly redesigned packaging for its line of natural and organic foods. According to NOW’s marketing division, this new packaging is being launched to enhance shelf visibility, brand recognition, and consumer appeal. This redesign also further establishes the company’s ongoing commitment to high quality throughout each phase of the manufacturing and distribution process.

NOW currently offers over 110 unique food items, many of which are available in a wide range of sizes and varieties. Initially, six of NOW’s top-selling natural food products have been selected to mark the launch of this significant operation. These include: Almond Flour, Energy Mix, Natural Almonds, Cashews, Date Sugar, and Flax Meal. Over the months to come, NOW will convert its entire line of natural food items to reflect aggressive new packaging, while maintaining their image of high quality and value-added health products. A line-wide conversion is planned for completion by late fall of 2009.

Founded by Elwood Richard in 1968, NOW has grown from a small, family operation, to a respected, global manufacturer of natural health products. Today, NOW manufactures and distributes over 1,500 dietary supplements, natural foods, sports nutrition, and personal care products. NOW’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility has been GMP certified since 2000, and its quality testing labs are among the most advanced in their industry. The company has over 400 employees and its products are sold in more than 60 countries. For over 40 years, the company has remained family owned and operated, and committed to its original mission of providing value in products and services that empower people to lead healthier lives.

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