"Exotic Fruits & Better Health" Segment to Air in 75 Percent of U.S. Households
AMERICAN FORK, Utah, May 22, 2007 - Pure Fruit Technologies' exotic juice supplements Mango-xan(R), Seabuck-7(TM), Goji-Zen(TM) and Gac-Chi(TM) will be featured in a segment entitled "Exotic Fruits & Better Health" that will air as part of the television series "Today's Health" beginning May 22, 2007 and running throughout June.
"Today's Health," hosted by retired tennis great Chris Evert, is a weekly half-hour program focused on raising awareness of various health-related issues and offers practical advice to viewers on how to improve their overall wellbeing. The program is nationally syndicated on ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX, and broadcast on the Dish Network's Healthy Living Channel, as well as GE Healthcare Television, which airs in more than 1600 hospitals nationwide. To view "Exotic Fruits & Better Health," check your local listings for the next airing of "Today's Health" or visit http://www.fivestarproductions.com/todayshealth/featured_stories.asp?SEGMENTNUMBER=3380.
"Working with Today's Health to produce this informative segment further demonstrates our commitment to educating the community at large about the numerous health benefits of exotic super fruits and the value of including liquid juice supplements as part of a daily health regime," noted Dave Boyd, director of global operations, Pure Fruit Technologies.
Pure Fruit Technologies is a Utah-based manufacturer of healthy, exotic, whole-fruit juice supplements. The company has searched the globe for exotic fruits that deliver an array of health benefits, including mangosteen, seabuckthorn, goji and gac, and brought them to consumers in the form of potent, high quality and delicious juice supplements. Founded in 2002, Pure Fruit Technologies' first product was Mango-xan(R) Antioxidant Recovery Formula. The company has expanded its offerings to include Seabuck-7(TM) Rejuvenation Formula, Goji-Zen(TM) Longevity Formula and Gac-Chi(TM) Heart & Vision Formula. Pure Fruit Technologies' products are made from the whole fruit and are sold wholesale to health food retailers and distributors worldwide, as well as direct-to-consumers online. To learn more about Pure Fruit Technologies visit www.pft.com.
"Today's Health" (www.todayshealth.net) is a half-hour weekly series exploring a full range of health issues. "Today's Health" focuses on helping audiences learn why and how to make healthier decisions in every aspect of their lives. Segments range from childhood learning disabilities to geriatric care, and focus on everything from common ailments to specialized conditions. "Today's Health" airs nationally. Check local listings for syndicated airdates, channels and times.
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