Bond Laboratories, Inc. (OTCBB:
) (“Bond Labs”), an international provider of innovative and proprietary nutritional supplements for health conscious consumers, marketed primarily through its wholly owned operating division, NDS Nutrition Products (“NDS”), (
) today announced that the Company has received an initial purchase order to begin supplying product for GNC® franchise locations in Mexico.
“We are thrilled to be able to announce our expansion into Mexico. Our recent entry into Singapore, which followed our tremendous success in Australia, further substantiates NDS as an established international premium brand. Mexico is an important market as it provides an incremental revenue opportunity and has the potential to serve as a gateway to additional international expansion in Central and South America,” stated John S. Wilson, Bond Labs’ Chief Executive Officer. “International expansion is a key strategic element of our long-term growth plan and the addition of Mexico is another exciting step forward for the Company’s future success,” concluded Mr. Wilson.
About Bond Labs
Bond Laboratories is a manufacturer of innovative and proprietary nutritional supplements for health conscious consumers marketed primarily through NDS Nutrition Products (“NDS”) (
), a wholly owned operating division and, recently launched, Siren Labs (“Siren”) (
). Together, NDS and Siren market approximately 60 different ultra-premium dietary supplements designed to promote sports nutrition, improved performance, weight loss and general health exclusively through GNC® franchises both domestically and internationally. Bond Labs is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska. For more information, please visit
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