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Tom's of Maine Toothpaste Earns ADA Seal of Acceptance

Published January 10, 2006
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Tom’s of Maine Toothpaste
Earns ADA Seal of Acceptance
● Tom’s of Maine’s Natural Goofy Grape
Anticavity Fluoride Toothpaste Liquid
Gel for Children has earned the
American Dental Association’s Seal of
Acceptance. Goofy Grape joins two
other children’s toothpastes (Silly
Strawberry and Outrageous Orange-
Mango) and five adult toothpastes
that have earned this recognition.
100 HAPPI • January 2006 • www.Happi.com
Wayne Constantin, sales manager, eastern
region, Croda Inc. and Adela Martinez, purchasing
agent, Mary Kay, Inc.
IndustryNews_1.06 12/20/05 6:00 PM Page 100
Tom’s of Maine remains the only natural
toothpaste to have earned the ADA
Seal of Acceptance.
Goofy Grape Fluoride Toothpaste
Liquid Gel contains naturally sourced
sodium fluoride to fight cavities and
silica to clean teeth gently and naturally.
The liquid formula disperses
quickly and stays on the brush for less
mess. Naturally sourced xylitol from
birch trees to sweeten the formula and
the grape flavor is derived from real
grape extracts without artificial
sweeteners or colors. It is environmentally
friendly with recycled and recyclable
packaging and soy-based inks.
More info: www.tomsofmaine.com.

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