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Organic India brings single ingredient moringa to US

Organic India brings single ingredient moringa to US
Global organic wellness brand introduces concentrated essential nutrition to natural food stores nationwide

Organic India, a leading mission-driven manufacturer of herb-based wellness teas and functional supplements, announced the availability of organic single ingredient moringa in both powder and capsule formulations to the U.S. natural marketplace.

Considered one of the most complete, nutrient rich plants on earth, moringa leaves are abundant in vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, B1, B3, B12, iron, magnesium, potassium, amino acids and polyphenols. Used for thousands of years as a super food nutritional supplement and containing more than 90 nutrients and 46 antioxidants, the tiny leaves of this plant can help restore internal imbalances through daily use.

"We are thrilled to introduce the first organic single ingredient moringa product to U.S. retailers," said Heather Henning, national sales manager at Organic India. "This ancient, therapeutic plant has been used for thousands of years and has seen increasing popularity amongst mainstream consumers worldwide. Millions of people globally use moringa for essential nutrition—now the U.S. distribution channel will have access to this extraordinary plant with USDA organic certification."

Moringa Nutrient Breakdown, based on serving size:

  • 7 x vitamin C in oranges
  • 4 x calcium in milk
  • 4 x vitamin A in carrots
  • 2 x protein in milk
  • 3 x potassium in bananas
  • 4 x vitamin B12 in a serving of steak

This potent supplement, available in both easy-to-use powder and capsules will be revealed to the public at Expo West 2013 in booth #2216.

Organic India Moringa will be available this spring in select retailers. It can also be found online at with a suggested retail price of $15.99 for capsules and $19.99 for powder.

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