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Designs for Health Expands into New Corporate Headquarters
Date:2/4/2010

SUFFIELD, Conn., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Designs for Health, Inc., a leading national provider of nutritional products and services exclusive to health care professionals, announced today that it has moved its Corporate Headquarters and East Coast Distribution Center from East Windsor, CT to a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in nearby Suffield, Connecticut.

The move accommodates continued growth, enabling Designs for Health to better serve Integrated Health Care Practitioners and their patients as a trusted and comprehensive resource for superior quality products and dedicated professional support. The 23,000 square foot building is a short drive from the company's prior location, minimizing the impact to current employees — an important consideration.

This follows last year's acquisition of Ashley Martin Manufacturing, a 37,000 square foot West Coast Distribution and Manufacturing Facility in beautiful Arlee, Montana, which brought over 50 jobs to Native Americans and others living on or near the Flathead Indian Reservation. This facility adheres to FDA manufacturing guidelines and has obtained the prestigious NSF GMP certification. Ashley Martin Manufacturing is outfitted with technologically advanced equipment and operated by a dedicated and experienced staff to ensure that customers receive, in a timely manner, top quality, professional-grade nutritional supplements consistent with the company's "Science First" approach.

"This move marks the beginning of a new chapter for Designs for Health. Having reached maximum capacity in the former East Windsor facility, it was clear that we needed a new space to best meet the needs of our expanding customer base. Designs for Health will continue to hire and train Health Educators to service health care practitioners across the country. We owe our growth and prosperity to our loyal customers, and to standing firm on our "Science First" philosophy."

Linda Lizotte

President, Designs for Health

About Designs for Health

Designs for Health, Inc., now entering its 21st year, offers a complete line of nutritional products and services marketed exclusively to health care practitioners. A recognized industry leader, Designs for Health operates 3 fully integrated divisions:  Professional Products, Research and Education, and Practice Development

The company has offices in Suffield, CT and Arlee, MT, the home of Designs for Health's wholly owned manufacturing subsidiary, Ashley Martin Manufacturing, LLC.

For more information, contact Designs for Health, 980 South Street, Suffield, CT 06078. TEL: 1-800-FOR-HEALTH (367-4325); FAX 860-627-0661; info@designsforhealth.com, or visit www.designsforhealth.com

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