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UAS LifeSciences launches new brand at Expo East

UAS LifeSciences launches new brand at Expo East
Pioneering probiotic company has made big changes and will unveil its new look and a new product in Baltimore.

UAS LifeSciences LLC (formerly UAS Laboratories Inc.) will showcase its new company brand at Natural Products Expo East, Sept. 26 to 28 in Baltimore. UAS LifeSciences combines UAS Labs' pioneering legacy in the probiotic field with state-of-the-art know-how in this dynamic and expanding market space.

The new management team of Kevin Mehring, president and CEO, and Dr. Greg Leyer, chief scientific officer, both industry leaders in the probiotic industry, has combined experience in probiotic selection, formulation, research, manufacturing and marketing. The company will continue to focus solely on probiotics, incorporating the latest developments and scientific findings into cutting-edge products. 

New product launch: KIDS CUBES
As the first of many new probiotic product launches, UAS LifeSciences will introduce a unique chewable children's probiotic at Expo East. The product is formulated with Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS®-1, a probiotic superstrain, in a tasty vanilla chewable cube. At 1 billion CFU/serving, KIDS CUBES provide a great start to maintaining digestive and immune health. The new product includes 800 IU of vitamin D3 to help maintain the developing immune system in young children. The product will be the first to use the company's all-new branding that provides the consumer with easy-to-understand product selections and probiotic information. 

 

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