ChromaDex Loss Down, Tru Niagen Sales Up 22%
Q3 net sales were up 18% and its net loss dropped $3m, the provider of Tru Niagen products containing Niagen, its proprietary form of nicotinamide riboside, reported five days before announcing Tru Niagen stick packs are available under the EX brand in Hong Kong exclusively at A.S. Watson Group’s stores and website.
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