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Skinny Water fattens distribution

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Executive Summary

Skinny Nutritional Corporation is increasing distribution of Skinny Water, an appetite curbing fitness water, to an additional 539 Target stores, firm says Oct. 16. By Nov. 20 the product will be available at a total of 947 Target stores across the nation. The Bala Cynwyd, Pa.-based company claims the formula's active ingredients, Super CitriMax and ChromeMate,work to suppress hunger, maintain healthy blood sugar levels and a normal metabolism, lower cholesterol, and eventually reduce body weight...

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