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Emerson Ecologics Announces Acquisition of TIDhealth
Date:11/20/2008

BEDFORD, N.H., Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerson Ecologics, LLC today announced the acquisition of Terrace International Distributors, Inc., also known as TIDhealth, of Redlands, CA, a leading national distributor of vitamins and supplements to the professional integrative healthcare market.

The combination of Emerson and TIDhealth creates the leading U.S. provider of integrative healthcare products and services in the high-growth professional nutritional supplements market. "This new organization will be uniquely positioned to serve the needs of the rapidly expanding professional integrative healthcare field," said Fran Towey, President and CEO of Emerson Ecologics. "Practitioners and their patients will now have expanded access to the highest quality vitamins, herbs, nutritional supplements, homeopathics, medical supplies, and acupuncture and oriental medicine products from industry-leading manufacturers, all from one source."

For more than 28 years, Emerson has played an important role in aiding integrative practitioners, supplying superior quality product and service solutions that enable practitioners to concentrate on what they do best -- improving health. Emerson has been equally committed to providing supplement manufacturers with unparalleled access to the integrative healthcare market. With state-of-the-art marketing, distribution, fulfillment and customer service capabilities in both Bedford, NH and Redlands, CA, Emerson now offers the most comprehensive marketing and distribution capabilities, product breadth and technical expertise in the market:

    -- The single-source for the broadest selection of high quality vitamins,
       herbs, homeopathics, nutritional supplements, acupuncture and oriental
       medicine, and medical products in the industry;

    -- Expansive technical support from in-house medical professionals;

    -- Outstanding customer service, on two coasts, with guar
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