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Amazon Offers Solimo Simple Supplements In Stealth Launch

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Solimo package fronts prominently display statements that the supplement products are made with no artificial colors or flavors, gluten or lactose as Amazon looks to appeal to the growing number of consumers who want naturally sourced products. Like many other Amazon lines, which number around 80, Solimo is not promoted with a dedicated branded web page and the firm did not advertise the collection.

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