|By Marketwired .||
|February 3, 2014 08:15 AM EST||
CAPE CORAL, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/03/14 -- Green Innovations Ltd. (OTCQB: GNIN) (OTCBB: GNIN) ("Green Innovations" or the "Company") and the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Hygienics, Inc. ("Green Hygienics"), is pleased to announce that Albertsons has authorized full distribution and will be placing their first orders of Sensational® Bamboo Bath Tissue and Sensational® Bamboo Kitchen Towels for distribution in their 115 stores located throughout the Southwestern United States.
"Albertsons was looking for a unique, high quality Eco product and we delivered," said Jeff Thurgood, Vice President of Sales for Green Hygienics. "Sensational Bamboo Bath Tissue and Kitchen Towels are best in class and the "real utopian" answer for sustainability in consumer paper products, much better for the earth than recycled paper offers. We look forward to working with Albertsons to expand their eco-product offerings and fulfill consumer demand for more environmentally sustainable products. Albertson's is going greenest!"
The smooth texture and strength of paper products made from all-natural bamboo makes it ideal for bath tissue, facial tissues, kitchen towels and more. The Company plans to continue to develop and launch other products made from sustainable 100% tree-free bamboo.
About Green Innovations Ltd.
Green Innovations Ltd., through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Hygienics, Inc. (http://www.greenhygienics.com), is the exclusive licensed North American distributor of American Hygienics Corporation's 100% tree-free bamboo-based product line, including personal care and paper-based goods. The marketplace for tissue paper products, diapers, wet wipes, feminine care products, and adult care products, is in excess of $29 billion annually in the United States. The Company is committed to providing consumers with quality products that are designed and manufactured to the highest standards in FDA-accepted manufacturing facilities without compromising product performance. Green Innovations is a member of the International Green Energy Council (IGEC) and dedicated to ensuring a more healthy and sustainable planet.
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