Mister Goody Announces Nationally Recognized Supermarket Chain to Begin Selling Veggie Go's
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla., Feb. 1, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mister Goody, Inc. (OTCBB:MSGO) is providing the following corporate update regarding The Naked Edge, LLC, a partially owned subsidiary of Mister Goody:
Veggie Go's, an organic fruit and vegetable snack manufactured by Naked Edge, are presently sold at seventy six retail locations, including twenty nine supermarkets owned by the largest retailer of natural and organic foods in the United States.
Starting in March 2013, one of the largest supermarket companies in the United States will begin selling Veggie Go's at thirty four retail locations.
"Historically, we have sold Veggie Go's through local natural and organic food retailers and through regional specialty stores," stated John McHugh, CEO of Naked Edge. "We are very pleased that one of the largest supermarket companies in the United States will begin selling the Veggie Go's product line."
About Mister Goody, Inc. (OTCBB:MSGO)
Mister Goody provides management consulting services to Naked Edge, a partially owned subsidiary. Mister Goody's services include consulting on matters relating to product development, packaging, sales, marketing, distribution and business management. The company is positioned for growth through acquisitions of, or investments in, other companies, or business relationships in the natural and organic food industry.
About The Naked Edge, LLC
The Naked Edge, LLC manufactures Veggie Go's, an organic fruit and vegetable snack which are dairy free, soy free, gluten free, vegan and non-GMO certified. Naked Edge produces four blends of Veggie Go's which are primarily sold to natural and organic food retailers, including well-known national chains, smaller regional specialty stores and online. Veggie Go's have a suggested retail price of $1.49 per unit.
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