As an old company (over 100 years), we take our history seriously, and we honor those who dedicated their lives to homeopathy. We often take part in ceremonies and dedications to remember those who came before us. One such ceremony was the dedication of a historical landmark honoring the “Father of American Homeopathy,” Dr. Constantine Hering, who lived and worked in Philadephia from 1800 to 1880.
This year, Hyland's is honored to recive two awards each from two different organizations. What an honor! Hyland’s is proud to be a partner with National Nutrition and Alive Publishing. We are delighted to be a recipient for 2017!
NationalNutrition.ca has been servicing customers in the Ontario, Canada market for over 25 years, and their exceptional service has now made them into a huge presence on the internet. They proudly offer a wide selection of brands and demand that their suppliers only provide the highest quality products - products that their customers can rely on.
This story was shared by Hyland's own Dan Krombach after a run in with a migraine at a wedding. Hyland's to the rescue!
In 2015, the Hyland’s Foundation started the Neiswander Library to provide a central location for homeopathic texts and papers. The Foundation, a non-profit organization started by Hyland’s with a mission to improve the health and health care of all Americans, hopes the Library can be a central resource to help educate people on the history and philosophy of homeopathy.
Hyland's is proud to have started our 5th year as a Corporate Work Study Partner with Verbum Dei High School, an all-boys, Catholic, Jesuit high school located in Watts. Verbum Dei has a rigorous focus on college prep and is part of the Cristo Rey Network, a nationwide group of 30 Catholic college prep high schools for under-represented urban youth.
This past Mother’s Day, Hyland’s launched a new initiative to communicate Hyland’s commitment to the support, care and community of mothers everywhere, providing love and encouragement for all the hard choices, big and small, that mothers make every day to raise healthy, happy, kind and contributing children.
Have you heard of GMPs? GMP means “Good Manufacturing Practice”. Everything we do here at Hyland's is done strictly according to GMP, and it’s a really big part of the way Hyland's operates. We thought we would take this opportunity to tell you a bit more about GMPs and how we adhere each and every day in all of our facilities.
Did you know that more than one in five children in the United States live in households with incomes below the federal poverty level? That equates to over 16 million kids! Such a devastating fact ultimately effects all of us, and makes those of us here at Hyland's wonder how we can make a bit of difference to help these families in need.
Hyland’s is thrilled to announce that Hyland’s Leg Cramps took to the world stage with thirty-seven :30 spots that aired on NBCSports during the 104th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The race began with an individual time trial in Düsseldorf on July 1, and concluded with the Champs-Élysées stage in Paris on July 23. Our coverage began on Sunday and continued through the end of the tour, July 23rd. With a viewership of 39MM, this was an incredible opportunity to introduce and educate cyclists of all abilities to our Hyland’s Leg Cramps products.
On a wind-swept beach in North Carolina, the Wright brothers piloted a plane for 59 seconds over a distance of 852 feet.
Not to be outdone, Henry Ford founded and incorporated the Henry Ford Company, now known as Ford Motor Company. The company was launched in a converted factory for a whopping $28,000.
Every now and then, life gives us an opportunity to be part of something bigger, something special that proves “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” We all have individual goals, but now and then those goals match those of the people around us, and the results can be inspiring. You see this regularly in baseball: the pitcher can get outs, but he doesn’t play the game alone. He needs outfielders to catch the ball and hitters to score the runs. This is what it means to be a part of a team.
At Hyland’s, we work hard to ensure that we are all reaching toward the same goal. Each individual plays a part, maybe as a pitcher, hitter or outfielder, but when we collaborate, we become a team. Each individual contribution is small, but together, our team works towards the shared goal of serving our customers. Our customer’s satisfaction is always how we measure success.