In its efforts to join the leading edge of the all-natural healthcare industry, Neutra Corp. (OTCBB: NTRR) is currently exploring two deals that could position the company for big growth in 2013.
“We’re dedicated to bringing a broad range of innovative new products to market that could enable all of us to live healthier, happier lives without relying on synthetic chemicals and pharmaceuticals,” said NTRR CEO Cindy Morrissey. “Consequently, we’re pursuing exciting opportunities across the entire healthcare spectrum.”
In line with this initiative, NTRR plans to expand its interests in the fast-growing medical marijuana sector. With new North American markets opening up for cannabinoid-related products and services every year, the company is seeking out new innovations and potential partners capable of maximizing its position in $1.7 billion U.S. medical marijuana industry.
“People are flocking to medical marijuana all over the country because it’s a natural product and it works,” Morrissey said. “We’re reviewing a number of promising opportunities to potentially make cannabinoid therapies even safer and more effective.”
In addition, NTRR is also working to help make our most cherished public and private spaces free from bacteria, allergens and diseases. In a bid to expand into the multi-billion dollar “green hygiene” industry, the company signed an option with Purlife Distributors, Inc. Purlife is the exclusive Canadian distributor of a patent-pending water-based solution known as PurTeq, which forms an invisible, long-lasting coating that actively protects surfaces from the build-up of bacteria, molds, germs and allergens.
Without the use of harmful chemicals, PurTeq also works rapidly and effectively to naturally decompose odors such as smoke and pet smells.
“Joining forces with this company would be an investment in eliminating germs and contaminants in the environments we frequent most: our cars, schools, public transportation and more,” Morrissey said. “Their innovations have the potential to spur an evolution in hygiene.”