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Emerson Ecologics Expands Partnership With Metagenics, Announces National Distribution Agreement
Date:7/13/2011

BEDFORD, N.H., July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerson Ecologics, LLC, the leading provider of professional-grade nutritional supplements to the healthcare practitioner market, today announced that the company has expanded its partnership with Metagenics, becoming a national distributor for their full product line of nutritional supplements. Metagenics is a lifestyle medicine company focused on reversing chronic illness and improving health through science-based nutrition.

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For over 25 years, Emerson Ecologics had been a West Coast distributor for Metagenics. Today, this expanded distribution agreement between the two premier nutritional supplement providers enables healthcare practitioners throughout the U.S. to order all Metagenics products directly from Emerson.  Emerson Ecologics is a one-stop shop for practitioners, offering the most comprehensive range of nutritional supplement brands, featuring over 20,000 products.

"Metagenics is one of our most requested product lines and this national distribution agreement will help us to better serve all our customers. Both companies are committed to high quality, science-based products, exceptional customer service and educational opportunities to support healthcare practitioners and their patients," said Andy Greenawalt, CEO, Emerson Ecologics. "I am also pleased to announce that Metagenics has qualified as an Emerson Quality Program Gold Partner, achieving the highest levels of quality manufacturing recognized by our company."

The Emerson Quality Program(SM) (EQP) is an exclusive quality assurance program that verifies quality manufacturing procedures and standards, as well as the potency, bioavailability and certainty of raw materials used in nutritional supplements products. Metagenics maintains triple GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) certification from the three leading independent quality organizations.

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