In Brief: PolyMedica
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
PolyMedica: Expands distribution of Azo-Cranberry supplement to the U.K. under an agreement with Boots retail drug chain, the Woburn, Mass.-based firm reports Aug. 28. Bolstered by the Boots relationship, further expansion into both European and other international markets is expected, PolyMedica says. Azo-Cranberry was launched in the U.S. in early 1995 ("The Tan Sheet" May 15, 1995, p. 5). The product, a cranberry juice concentrate in capsule form marketed for relief of urinary tract discomfort, currently is sold in U.S. chain drug and food retailers, including Eckerd, Big B, FoxMeyer, McKesson and Bergen Brunswig...
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