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Nature Made Selected As "Top Recommended Health Product" By U.S. News & World Report And Pharmacy Times
Date:6/27/2012

NORTHRIDGE, Calif., June 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Nature Made® is the leading choice of pharmacists in seven key vitamin and supplement segments, according to a broad survey and ranking by U.S. News & World Report Health, in collaboration with Pharmacy Times.  Nature Made is the # 1 Pharmacist Recommended brand for Letter Vitamins (A, B, C, D, and E), CoQ10, Omega-3/Fish Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Herbal Supplements, Diabetic Multivitamin and Garlic Supplements.[1]

"The top ranking by U.S. News and Pharmacy Times is a testament to Nature Made's quality and science-based approach to dietary supplements," said James Brooks, Ph.D., vice president, Science and Technology, Pharmavite. "We are proud of our continued success and dedicated to producing high-quality products consumers and pharmacists alike can trust to provide the nutrients they need."

Nature Made is committed to making only those dietary supplements that science proves are safe and effective, and ensuring superior quality for each of the more than 140 products they make. Nature Made also adheres to strict manufacturing standards and was the first company to obtain the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Verified Dietary Supplement mark for many of its products — verification the product meets stringent criteria for purity and quality. 

For 16 years, Pharmacy Times, has surveyed tens of thousands of pharmacists nationwide to pinpoint the top pharmacist recommended over-the-counter products within several key health areas. To make this information more accessible to consumers U.S. News Health, in collaboration with Pharmacy Times, launched Top Health Products, a new project aimed at getting that information into consumers' hands.

Full coverage of the survey can be found in the OTC Guide, a supplement to the June 2012 issue of Pharmacy Times, and is also available online at http://usnews.com/tophealthproducts.

About Nature Made
Nature Made® is the number one vitamin and supplement brand in the grocery, drug, club and mass channels. Manufactured by Pharmavite, Nature Made was the first line of dietary supplements to earn the United States Pharmacopeia's Verified Dietary Supplement mark for many of its products. The dietary supplement industry is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission, as well as by government agencies in each of the 50 states. Nature Made is a Proud Partner of FamilyDoctor.org, an award-winning website featuring physician-reviewed information on more than 900 health and wellness topics provided in English and Spanish, including vitamins and supplements. Visit NatureMade.com for the latest news and offerings.

[1] Based on Pharmacy Times 2012 Survey for Letter Vitamins, CoQ10, Omega-3/Fish Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Herbal Supplements, Diabetic Multivitamin and Garlic Supplements.


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