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Green Innovations adds former K-C vice president to board

March 8, 2013

Green Innovations Ltd. has added Philip Rundle to the company's strategic advisory board. The company says Rundle is a visionary business leader with over 20 years of extensive domestic and international experience in the tissue, diaper, wipes, and feminine care products business.

In other news, Green Innovations, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Green Hygienics, Inc., has begun fulfilling several recently announced product purchase orders to some of its newest southern California retailers and distributors.     

"This week Green Hygienics will complete several more important product shipments that will result in more of our products available soon on shelves at retailers and distributors in southern California, including Big Saver Foods and Cardenas Markets," says Tray Harrison, national sales manager of Green Hygienics.  "Every time we secure a new purchase order and our warehouse ships that product out on time, not only do our brands reach more and more consumers, but we also increase our value as a trusted supplier to our growing retail and wholesale distribution network.  As a result of our hard work, Green Hygienics products will now be available in over 1,300 locations in California, including more than 1,000 dollar stores."

In addition, the company anticipates that Green Hygienics will secure several new vendor/distributor numbers and purchase orders during the next few weeks.

Green Innovations, through Green Hygienics, is the exclusive licensed North American distributor of American Hygienics Corporation's 100% tree-free bamboo-based product line, including personal care and paper-based goods.

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