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Organic Doctor Brand Comes To US

October 10, 2013

Vitamin World picks UK line as its first-ever personal care range sold in stores.

UK skin care range Organic Doctor is now available exclusively at Vitamin World  stores in the US.  Organic Doctor’s stable of personal care products range from hair and skin care to shower and bath.  It is the first brand of personal care products the vitamin retailer has carried.

The brand's lineup includes organic extract led ranges include Organic Aloe Vera, Tea Tree, Vitamin E, Manuka Honey, Virgin Olive Oil, Royal Jelly, Rose Otto, Dead Sea Mineral and Moroccan Argan Oil. Ingredients are accredited under recognized organizations such as Quality Certification Services US National Organic Program, EcoCert Natural, Organic Cosmetics Standard, Soil Association Organic Health and Beauty Care Products Standard.

"Vitamin World is dedicated to providing a holistic wellness experience to our customers across the country," said Jack Krause, president of Vitamin World. "Organic Doctor products, which utilize only the most natural and high quality ingredients, are a wonderful addition to our inventory and a natural extension of our business. We're excited to welcome Organic Doctor to Vitamin World and are happy to be able to provide our customers with another great product choice."

According to Fred Whitcomb and Steve Quinn, directors and co-owners, Organic Doctor, the unique health and wellness positioning of their range makes “Vitamin World the natural distribution partner in the US.”

The brand has also launched Facebook and Twitter pages, Facebook.com/OrganicDoctorUS and @OrganicDoctorUS.

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