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New Leaf Partners with Rainbow Light for Women's & Children's Health

Original post made by Patti Bond on Jun 2, 2014

New Leaf Community Markets was welcomed into the Circle of Care corporate social responsibility partner program of Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems, the number-one trusted natural vitamin brand in the U.S. The Circle of Care program was created this year by Rainbow Light to acknowledge their retail partners who enable them to contribute a high level of daily vitamin donations to the Vitamin Angels program.

Vitamin Angels provides children under five and new mothers and pregnant women in need in the U.S. and developing countries with the vital nutrients they need as a foundation for good health.

New Leaf has been a retail partner for several years and has helped Rainbow Light donate over 37,961,377 vitamins to Vitamin Angels since 1994. For every 10 bottles purchased at New Leaf Community Markets of Rainbow Light's prenatal line and Kid's One vitamins, Rainbow Light donates one bottle to Vitamin Angels. Rainbow Light is donating an additional 180 bottles in recognition of the number of New Leaf's end cap displays of their products.

"Addressing malnutrition in mothers and children creates a ripple effect in the health and prosperity of families, communities and entire regions for generations to come," said Linda Kahler, president and CEO of Rainbow Light. "We are very pleased to support Rainbow Light's outstanding commitment to address the problem of malnutrition in young families, and we thank our customers for making our participation possible," said Sarah Owens, marketing director, New Leaf Community Markets.

To learn more about Rainbow Light's Circle of Care, visit www.rainbowlight.com/circleofcare.

About New Leaf Community Markets
A natural grocery store with eight stores, New Leaf has been serving the community for 29 years. New Leaf is committed to offering customers choices that have the most beneficial impact on their health and the health of the environment. Helping customers make informed decisions is an integral part of this commitment. New Leaf's mission, to nourish and sustain our community, is reflected in the 10 percent of profits given annually to support local nonprofits working to improve the quality of life. Connect with New Leaf at Web Link.

About Rainbow LightŪ
Rainbow LightŪ is the number-one most trusted natural vitamin brand. All Rainbow Light formulations are research-backed to deliver optimal health benefits with a blend of superfood concentrates, organic spirulina and herbal extracts. Plant enzymes, probiotics and botanicals are added to enhance digestion and nutrient absorption for the Rainbow Light difference, a difference you can feel. To learn more about Rainbow Light's wellness formulas and corporate social responsibility initiatives visit: www.rainbowlight.com and facebook.com/RainbowLightNS

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