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Goodgut prebiotics hit shelves at mass retailers

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PALO ALTO, Calif. — Greenteaspoon Inc. has rolled out its Goodgut line of prebiotic supplements at leading mass retail chains nationwide.

The company said Thursday that Goodgut products, which help stop “leaky gut” and promote digestive health, have been offered via the company’s website and on Amazon.com for the past year. Now customers can buy Goodgut prebiotics at Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy, Vitamin Shoppe and Meijer stores.

Goodgut polyphenol-based prebiotic supplements nourish the beneficial bacteria in the gut “microbiome” — the microorganisms that regulate the digestive tract — to help restore balance to digestive and immune health, according to Greenteaspoon.

“We’re thrilled our customers now have the option to shop for our products at leading national chain outlets within their own neighborhoods,” stated Robert Wotring, chief executive officer of Greenteaspoon. “We believe that the Goodgut product line has the potential to fundamentally transform people’s digestive — as well as overall — health and well-being, and we are extremely excited that leading drug store chains have embraced our breakthrough offering.”

The Goodgut line includes a collection of formulas to help people based on their specific digestive profiles and gut health needs. Goodgut Rescue provides rapid help for the sudden onset symptoms of diarrhea, upset stomach, gas and bloating, while Goodgut Balance eases digestive distress and helps balance daily health. Goodgut Boost helps to bolster the immune system.

Goodgut Boost is available at selected Walgreens, CVS and Meijer stores. Goodgut Balance is sold at selected Walgreens, CVS, Vitamin Shoppe and Meijer locations. And Goodgut Rescue is offered at selected CVS, Vitamin Shoppe and Meijer stores.

“The fact that Goodgut is now accessible to individuals via the mass consumer marketplace speaks to the retail segment’s growing support for what we believe is a truly evolutionary addition — from a molecular biology and digestive health standpoint — to the fast-growing prebiotic/probiotic space,” Wotring added.


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