Growing Sport Nutritionals Sales Requires Reaching Beyond Athletic Arenas
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
General Nutrition Centers sponsors a TV personality's cross-country bike ride to promote a line of strength-training products targeted for average consumers. A small New England startup, Muscle Mints, hopes a local launch of its carbohydrate and whey protein mints will lead to national distribution
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