Zator Law gets recognition from U.S. Army
Zator Law has been recognized by the Office of the Chief, U.S. Army Reserve for its continued and outstanding support of its Zator Law Warrior-Citizens serving in the U.S. Army Reserve. The firm was presented with a certificate of appreciation, U.S. Army Reserve coin, U.S. Army Reserve employer medallion and U.S. Army Reserve employer flag. Zator Law has employed reservists in the past and currently employs two U.S. Army Reservists, Thomas L. Harper and Marissa Harper. Zator Law believes in supporting the members of our military and their families within our office and in the community as part of our mission statement and commitment to citizenship and community service.
Giant launches Nature’s Promise Kids Products
Giant Food Stores has announced the launch of a new private brand product line — just for kids. Nature’s Promise Kids is an extension of the current Nature’s Promise line of free from products which includes many organic options. Select items are already in-store with more launching over the next year at all 181 Giant, Martin’S Food Markets and Giant Heirloom Market stores.
The Nature’s Promise Kids line features products that are nutritionally equivalent or better than similar traditional products. Nature’s Promise Kids products do not include any synthetic colors, artificial flavors, artificial preservatives, sweeteners, MSG or high fructose corn syrup.
The first two items to hit store shelves are Nature’s Promise Kids Sparkling Seltzer Water and Nature’s Promise Kids Squeezable Fruit Pouches.
Nature’s Promise Kids Sparkling Seltzer Water comes in a variety of kid-friendly flavors, bubble gum, cotton candy, sour green apple and wild cherry. The seltzer, which comes in packs of six kid-size 7.5ounce cans.
Nature’s Promise Kids Squeezable Fruit is gluten-free and BPA-free and comes in flavors such as apple cinnamon, apple strawberry, apple berry banana, apple mango, and apple mango banana.
Giant will introduce additional Nature’s Promise Kids products to its offering, including apple slices, fruit snacks, cereal and more, over the next several months.
Giant has committed to removing all synthetic colors, artificial flavors, artificial preservatives, sweeteners, MSG and high fructose corn syrup from all private brand products by 2025.