HealthSport edible strips
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryHealthSport expects to launch four edible-strip products it is developing under an exclusive reseller agreement with T. Lynn Mitchell Companies by January 2009. T. Lynn Mitchell, a network marketing business, placed an initial order for 30,000 of the products to be delivered for consumer sampling by Nov. 7. Woodland Hills, Calif.-based HealthSport manufactures nutritional supplements and OTC drugs in edible film strips. According to the firms' Oct. 6 release, Tulsa, Okla.-based T. Lynn Mitchell will disclose later the type of products it has ordered. HealthSport has formulated and tested two of the four products and will start manufacturing runs this month
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