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Joint Juice

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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National rollout for glucosamine joint health beverage underway, San Francisco-based firm says. Previously available only in West Coast retailers, Joint Juice will hit Safeway stores in California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Arizona and Colorado by May, with full U.S. distribution expected by end of 2003, firm says. Joint Juice contains 1,500 mg glucosamine per serving and is available in lemonade, tropical and orange-tangerine flavors; beverage comes in ready-to-drink bottles or liquid drink mixes, retailing for $1.99 and $1.29, respectively (1"The Tan Sheet" March 19, p. 11)...

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