PL Developments, a leading supplier of over-the-counter, FDA approved products in the analgesic, gastrointestinal, and cough/cold categories, made a major donation to Vitamin Angel Alliance’s Katrina Relief effort, to help the Katrina survivors as they begin to put their lives back together.
Mitch Singer, President of PL Developments said; “Our hearts went out to these people and we knew our products could help them through this challenging time. We are happy to be able to join Vitamin Angels in their relief effort.”
PL Developments shipped an assortment of products for the Katrina relief effort; over 1,700 cases containing over 54,000 bottles of various OTC products.
Vitamin Angel has been shipping multiple vitamins and children's chewable vitamins to send to the refugees from Hurricane Katrina. To help stave off malnutrition, and lessen the likelihood of opportunistic infections and disease, Vitamin Angels is working with a consortium of companies in the natural products and pharmaceutical industries to help bring in emergency nutritional supplies to the refugees from New Orleans and people affected in the surrounding states.
PL Developments is an industry leader with new and exclusive stand-alone OTC products. PL Developments is known for exciting product launches, innovative marketing, and unsurpassed commitment to quality and service. For more information go to: www.pldevelopments.com.
Vitamin Angel Alliance (www.vitaminangel.org) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization providing basic nutrition to people in need since 1994. Vitamin Angel Alliance responds to the most pressing health concerns identified by the communities requesting its assistance. Nutritional products are contributed to the Alliance by an ever-enlarging association of Vitamin Angels – an alliance of nutritional supplement manufacturers, distributors and retailers. These goods are then donated to charitable health care facilities and programs located in countries across the globe, including the United States. Last year Vitamin Angels donated 23.4 million supplements to people in need in 40 countries around the world.
To learn more, visit www.vitaminangel.org