Proprietary Nutritionals Inc. and Drug Store News Partner to Educate Pharmacists on the Benefits of Cranberries

(DEC. 4, 2007 – KEARNY, NJ) – Proprietary Nutritionals Inc. (PNI) today announced its sponsorship of the “Pharmacist Education: Nutritional Benefits of Cranberry” continuing education program, in cooperation with Drug Store News.

Through the continuing education program, PNI and Drug Store News will develop and deliver a program that will include continuing education credits through a home-study for enrolled participants, available through Drug Store News’ Continuing Education Quarterly. It will also be hosted on PNI’s Web site, and Drug Store News’ Web site,

The program will be available to pharmacists beginning on February 1, 2007. Pharmacy technicians can begin to access the program on April 1, 2007 through a lesson program appearing in Pharmacy Tech News.

“The cranberry has evolved from a folk remedy to a highly concentrated herbal ingredient that is beneficial for a variety of health conditions, particularly urinary tract infections (UTI’s),” said Dean Mosca, president of PNI, marketer of Cran-Max cranberry supplement. As the Pharmacist’s role as health care advisor grows, we think it is crucial that they have the latest information on the nutritional benefits of cranberries.”

Proprietary Nutritionals, Inc.
Proprietary Nutritionals, Inc., a division of Pharmachem Laboratories, Inc., is located in Kearny , NJ . PNI markets Cran-Max in conjunction with its marketing partner, Insure Your Health, LLC, Venice, FL. Visit for more information or email [email protected] or call 519/647-2071.

Drug Store News:
A trusted name in pharmacy, Drug Store News, has more than 80 years of publishing experience to the pharmacy sector and is considered a leader in communicating both at the headquarter and pharmacist level. Drug Store News has been an ACPE-accredited provider of continuing pharmacy education since 1979 and is dedicated to providing practical and effective education for retail pharmacists.

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