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GHQ Non Foods for ProfitHyland’s has committed itself to making safe and natural homeopathic medicines since eight pharmacists conceived the company, originally as the Standard Homeopathic Co., in 1903. Throughout its history, Hyland’s has been proud to offer solutions for families to meet their health needs, says Les Hamilton, executive vice president for the Los Angeles-based company.

“As the country’s oldest manufacturer of a full range of homeopathic medicines, we know that the Hyland’s brand offers consumers, who value a healthy life, the confidence that reliable relief is close at hand,” says Hamilton.
The company’s quick-dissolving tablets—which were developed more than 50 years ago, after then-president Cecil Craig realized his daughter could not swallow pills—are an example of the solutions Hyland’s has offered its customers for years. “Many families have enjoyed the benefit of these ‘quick-dissolving tablets’ that are easy and safe to take—especially for our youngest consumers: infants,” Hamilton says.

This year, the company will launch an exclusive item for Target’s Made to Matter program: Hyland’s Bumps ‘n Bruises, which treats common childhood bruising with a topical application using arnica. Hyland’s Bumps ‘n Bruises ointment stick is free of parabens and synthetic fragrances and comes in vibrant, sustainable packaging.

In addition to its commitment to safe and natural homeopathic medicines, Hyland’s also believes in making a difference in the environment. The company is using recycled, compostable and plastic-free components for its Bumps ‘n Bruises.
“As sustainability and transparency become increasingly important to consumers, Hyland’s is committed to ensuring that we are leading innovation in this area,” Hamilton says. “We are thinking about sustainability from a supply chain and product development perspective, including reducing our carbon footprint through packaging and by providing visibility to how and where we source our quality ingredients. We look forward to continuing to find ways to lead the industry in these efforts.”  Download the full article here