|By Marketwired .||
|August 27, 2014 06:05 AM EDT||
DRAPER, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 08/27/14 -- NutraNomics (OTCBB: NNRX) is pleased to announce the receipt of an initial purchase order in August totaling $233,000 for a new weight loss line of products formulated by Dr. Tracy Gibbs, NutraNomics's founder, in the spring of 2014. The purchase order was placed by a large Utah-based multi-level marketing company, and it is anticipated that the company will be announcing the launch of this line under their own brand this coming September. NutraNomics will retain exclusive manufacturing rights for the line of products, and NutraNomics hopes to be able to create and supply many more products for the company in the future.
"The quick lead time between the development and the sale of this line of products represents the skill that Dr. Gibbs and the rest of our team has here at NutraNomics," stated Mike Brousseau, General Manager of NutraNomics. "We've coordinated the formulation, raw material supply and production of this line within a three-month time span, showcasing our expertise."
Management believes that this new relationship will not only increase revenue, but improve the profitability of NutraNomics. "Because our new client has operations in many countries around the world, we expect the new relationship to increase our footprint in the EU and Latin America, where we have only a small number of clients," said Mr. Brousseau.
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