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Nature’s Way Supplements Not Connected

Nature’s Way Supplements Not Connected to Australian Inquiry

Auckland 1 May 2003: The Nature’s Way herbal and nutritional supplements distributed in New Zealand have no connection to any company involved in the current Australian inquiry into Pan Pharmaceuticals, Nature’s Way New Zealand distributor confirmed today.

“Nature’s Way products are a well-established and trusted range of supplements that have been used by New Zealanders for over 20 years. Contrary to a recent media report they have no connection with any company named in the current inquiry,” Gary Mabey, Managing Director of New Zealand distributors, Health & Herbs International Ltd, said.

“Nature’s Way natural health care herbal products are sourced from the United States where they comply with stringent FDA (Food & Drug Administration) Good Manufacturing Practices standards.

“Nature’s Way supplements are used by millions of people worldwide who value the contribution they make to better health. New Zealanders should continue to use them with every confidence, “Mr Mabey said.

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