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Nordic Naturals donates, promotes for Haiti relief

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Omega-3 firm Nordic Naturals follows other drug and supplement firms' lead by donating 1 percent of some of its sales in February to help rebuild Haiti following the earthquake that devastated the country. The Watsonville, Calif., firm said Jan. 25 it will partner with the nonprofit Architecture for Humanity to make an "immediate donation" to Haiti through the American Red Cross. Products included in the campaign include Ultimate Omega and ProOmega. Abbott and Johnson & Johnson are among firms that previously announced they would provide money and medicines to help Haiti (1"The Tan Sheet" Jan. 18, 2010)

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