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Fresh New Look for NZers’ Favourite Herbal Tonic Range

Fresh New Look for New Zealanders’ Favourite Herbal Tonic Range

‘We have your wellness covered naturally’

New Zealand’s most iconic brand of herbal products is celebrating over 30 years in the market with a fresh new look and name in preparation for its next exciting phase.

The Malcolm Harker range of herbal products will be now be known simply as Harker Herbals, with reinvigorated branding and packaging. All the herbal tonics will be manufactured in accordance with current GMP regulations in Hawkes Bay.

Originally established by master herbalist Malcolm Harker in 1981, Harker Herbals will continue to manufacture and distribute over 80 top quality herbal products which have been individually crafted and formulated to help a wide range of specific ailments. Retaining harmony in the body and returning it to a state of optimum health and vitality is the underlying philosophy of all the Harker Herbal tonics and elixirs.

Malcolm Harker has made Harker Herbals what it is today through his hard work, expertise and commitment. The company will not only continue to formulate highly effective, life-changing herbal remedies using traditional based methods and advanced herbal formulations, but its production capability will allow the company to expand in both New Zealand and offshore markets, thereby building on its three decades of success. All existing, unique product formulas in the Harker Herbals stable will remain unchanged so customers can be assured that the range will stay firmly true to the original formulations that Malcolm Harker created.

Harker Herbals has a loyal following, with products distributed throughout New Zealand and overseas, via leading health stores and pharmacies. With the continuing growth in demand for natural health remedies and the increasing popularity of Harker Herbals products, this is an exciting time for the company. Further products will continue to be introduced to the range as the company realises its expansion plans.

All products in the Harker Herbals range are free from parabens, petroleum, sodium laurel sulphates and propylene glycol and are made-traditionally using only the highest quality herbs and other natural ingredients.

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