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Pamlab Announces Agreement for Sale of Business to Nestle Health Science
Date:2/27/2013

orce capabilities, together we can play a key role in helping to manage certain chronic diseases and improve the quality of patients' lives," he added.

Pamlab's capabilities strongly support Nestle Health Science's ambition of pioneering science-based nutritional solutions to deliver improved personalized healthcare for medical conditions.  Pamlab's expertise in providing unique, science-based solutions to address distinct nutritional needs in a variety of disease states including diabetes, depression, and mild cognitive impairment/early memory loss will help accelerate Nestle Health Science's business ambitions in metabolic health and brain health. In addition, Nestle Health Science will be able to leverage Pamlab's strong sales force capabilities and reach to promote science-based personalized nutritional solutions in the U.S.  This transaction will enable customers in the U.S. to benefit from an expanded range of products and services.

About Pamlab
Pamlab was founded by Sam and Judy Camp in 1987 and is a fully integrated biomedical company that employs approximately 400 people. Pamlab specializes in medical foods that are used under the medical supervision of health care providers to meet the distinct nutritional requirements of patients with diabetic neuropathy, dementia, depression, high-risk pregnancy and other medical conditions. Pamlab is committed to improving lives through the development and commercialization of products that enable physicians to provide greater individualized patient care. Pamlab's products are marketed and sold in the U.S., helping patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy, dementia, depression, high-risk pregnancy and other medical conditions. Pamlab's corporate offices are located in Covington, Louisiana. For more information about Pamlab, please visit www.pamlab.com.

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