Texas-based Carrington Laboratories has unveiled a new look for product labels and recycled containers to increase brand recognition for the firm's retail merchandise.
The new product labels feature a diamond-shaped graphic symbolizing the Aloe vera plant, the key ingredient in all products, which are marketed by the subsidiary Caraloe.
"With the development and release of new line extensions, particularly Manapol with Maitake Gold 404, it was necessary to give the Manapol powder product line a fresh new look, making our products more recognizable with our customers," said Walt Jones, president of Carrington's consumer products division.
The company, which also supplies Aloe vera and other complex carbohydrates to other manufacturers, currently markets three liquid dietary supplements in 32-ounce bottles - Manapol Immune-Enhancing Aloe vera Formula, Manapol Energy-Enhancing Formula with Beta-[1,3]-Glucan and the new Maitake Gold 404 Formulation. Manapol Immune-Enhancing Mega Formula with Beta Glucan and Manapol Immune-Enhancing Aloe vera Formula are also available in tablet form.
Carrington Laboratories will release its third quarter results today at 3:30 pm central time, 4:30 pm eastern time. For the first six months of the year, total revenue increased 84 per cent to $14.9 million while net income improved to $40,000 compared to a loss of $1.9 million the prior year.