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SOURCE Emerson Ecologics

MANCHESTER, N.H., Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerson Ecologics, LLC, the leading provider of the highest quality professional nutritional supplements to healthcare practitioners and their patients for over 30 years, today announced their expanded strategic partnership with ProThera, Inc., an integrated nutraceuticals company for healthcare professionals. Effective today, February 24, 2014, ProThera® brand products will be available to Emerson Ecologics practitioner customers throughout the United States. Although ProThera's Klaire Labs® brand has been available to Emerson customers for many years, ProThera® brand products were only available in the US through ProThera, Inc. until now. While ProThera's direct distribution of its ProThera® and Klaire Labs® brands to healthcare professionals will not change, ProThera's decision to partner with Emerson Ecologics will allow expanded reach to complement their strong direct to practitioner business.

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ProThera, Inc. develops and sells an integrated selection of nutraceuticals to healthcare professionals, including its ProThera® and Klaire Labs® product lines. The ProThera® line is differentiated by an integrated approach to formulation that maximizes synergism between nutrients to avoid nutrient redundancy, maintain cost-effectiveness, and encourage patient compliance. It offers versatile multiple vitamin/mineral supplements including MultiThera® and VitaPrime® complemented by focused multi-nutrient and single ingredient formulas to target patient needs while using fewer pills at lower cost. Its Klaire Labs® line is well known for hypoallergenic probiotics, enzymes, and specialty nutraceuticals.

Emerson Ecologics CEO, Andy Greenawalt remarked, "We are excited to have been selected as a US distribution partner for ProThera®. Their commitment to quality is aligned with Emerson's objective to provide practitioners and their patients access to the safest and most effective products. We look forward to the opportunity to educate our customers on the ProThera® brand and collaborating with ProThera to expand their reach."

"Our commitment to providing healthcare professionals with access to clinically relevant supplement formulations coupled with prompt, personalized attention has always been our top priority," stated ProThera President & CEO, Dennis Meiss, PhD. "Offering expanded access to both ProThera® and Klaire Labs® brands through an alliance with Emerson Ecologics furthers that goal."

Emerson Ecologics offers the complete line of current ProThera healthcare practitioner products at the same price as direct through ProThera. Additionally, Emerson carries thousands of products, enabling practitioners to save valuable time and money by selecting from over 275 brands in a single order. Orders can be placed online 24 hours a day at www.emersonecologics.com or by phone at 800.654.4432 from 8:30 am-8:00 pm ET.

About Emerson Ecologics
Founded in 1980, Emerson Ecologics, LLC is the leading distributor of professional-quality nutritional supplements, vitamins and natural health products-representing over 275 brands. Customers include integrative healthcare practitioners, naturopathic, chiropractic and medical doctors, licensed acupuncturists, and nutritionists, as well as their patients. Widely-recognized for their innovative Emerson Quality ProgramSM (EQP), EQP Partners are verified to be compliant with FDA Dietary Supplement cGMP standards to help ensure the safety of supplements. Headquartered in Manchester, NH with distribution centers in Virginia and California, Emerson Ecologics is GMP registered by NSF® International. For more information, visit www.emersonecologics.com.  

About ProThera, Inc.
ProThera, Inc. is a Reno, NV-based manufacturer of ProThera® and Klaire Labs® brand dietary supplements. Stringent research, manufacturing and delivery processes ensure product potency and viability, making them the nutritional supplements of choice for discerning healthcare professionals around the world. ProThera, Inc. operates a GMP 9000 registered facility certified by NSF® International. For more information about the company, visit www.protherainc.com.

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Emerson Ecologics
800.654.4432
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