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Coleman Natural(R) Foods Launches New and Improved Website
Date:10/20/2008

- Website now includes useful features such as product locater search,

nutritional facts and other pertinent information

GOLDEN, Colo., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Coleman Natural(R) Foods recently launched a new website with updated design and helpful features to assist consumers.

The website retains the original address, http://www.colemannatural.com, and contains more tools to assist consumers and potential buyers.

"The new site is easier to navigate," says Eva Safar, Director of Marketing at Coleman Natural Foods. "We want to make sure that our consumers can find the information that they are searching for in an easy and timely manner. We designed a consumer-friendly site that allows users to search for products and get to know what's available to them."

The refreshed site includes several new features such as a "Where to Buy" element. This link allows visitors to enter in their home state and search for specific Coleman products in convenient locations. Another function under the "Our Products" tab allows visitors to click on a specific product and receive all of the attributes and nutritional information.

"School Program," another navigational link, highlights Coleman Natural Foods' program to provide all natural, healthy options for school lunches by creating products that are antibiotic free, have no added hormones, no preservatives and are always vegetarian fed. The link provides a list of products that are available to schools and parent resources on how to work with the local school nutritionist to get All Natural products served at their local school.

"The School Program is something that we feel very passionately about," says John Bogert, Chief Marketing Officer of Coleman Natural Foods. "We want to be able to offer the best for kids while they're at school. If we can provide helpful tips and information, we're providing the knowledge tha
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