, Dec. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ProPhase Labs, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRPH), makers of Cold-EEZE
Cold Remedy and a leader in over-the-counter (OTC) natural cold remedies, has announced that for the second consecutive year it will support
The Daily News Readers Care to Feed the Hungry Canned Food Drive (DNRC),
a thirty-year tradition of collecting non-perishable food donations throughout
New York City
. This year, Cold-EEZE
Cold Remedy will bring celebrity guest
to assist in collecting much needed food items at the event taking place on
Thursday, December 12, 2013
4:00 pm EST
at Engine 8, Ladder 2, Battalion 8 Firehouse located at 165 East 51
Street (between 3
Avenue and Lexington Avenue).
City Harvest is the world's first food rescue organization, dedicated to helping feed the more than one million residents facing hunger each year. Last year's drive collected over one million pounds of food, and this year City Harvest hopes to collect over one million pounds of food.
"Last year's food drive was such a success, and we are thrilled to once again partner with
The Daily News
and City Harvest for another great event this year; especially with
, Chief Executive Officer of ProPhase Labs. "Following Hurricane Sandy and other tragedies across the country, it is important to take part in such a life-changing initiative and we look forward to partnering again for years to come."
"For more than 30 years, City Harvest has been working with The Daily News to achieve our mission in keeping food pantries and soup kitchens stocked across the city," said
, Associate Director of Corporate Partnerships for City Harvest. "We appreciate Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy's ongoing support and are delighted that
will be on hand at this food drive event to raise awareness about hunger in
New York City
and help collect much needed food for our neighbors in need."
, American model, comedic actress and the host of ABC's hit daytime talk show,
will assist in the food drive presented by the New York Daily News, City Harvest and Cold-EEZE
Cold Remedy, which is hosted by FDNY. Additionally, those who attend and donate canned goods during the event will be given the opportunity to meet, take pictures with and receive autographs from
About ProPhase Labs and Cold-EEZE ® Cold Remedy
ProPhase Labs is a diversified natural health medical science company. It is a leading marketer and manufacturer of the Cold-EEZE
family of lozenges clinically proven to significantly reduce the duration of the common cold. Cold-EEZE
customers include leading national retailers, chain food, drug and mass merchandise stores, wholesalers and distributors, as well as independent pharmacies. ProPhase Labs has several wholly owned subsidiaries including a manufacturing unit, which consists of an FDA registered facility to manufacture Cold-EEZE
lozenges and fulfill other contract manufacturing opportunities. ProPhase also owns 50% of Phusion Laboratories LLC ("Phusion"). Phusion licenses a revolutionary proprietary technology that has the potential to improve the delivery and/or efficacy of many active ingredients or compounds. Phusion will formulate and test products to exploit market opportunities within ProPhase's robust OTC distribution channels. For more information visit us at
Cold Remedy is the #1 pharmacist-recommended cold remedy and is clinically proven to reduce the duration of the common cold by nearly half. Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy recently introduced its newest QuickMelts
Cold Remedy Plus Natural Immune Support, which is formulated with zinc gluconate, rose hips and Echinacea to not only shorten the duration of the cold, but to keep you immune system strong and healthy, naturally. Cold-EEZE
Cold Remedy is also available in tasty Lozenges, a convenient Oral Spray and a quick dissolving, Daytime/Nighttime QuickMelts
Cold Remedy is available in the cold remedies aisle at over 40,000 fine retail locations. To find a retailer or buy online please visit
About City Harvest
New York City
for more than 30 years, City Harvest (
) is the world's first food rescue organization, dedicated to feeding the city's hungry men, women, and children. This year, City Harvest will collect 46 million pounds of excess food from all segments of the food industry, including restaurants, grocers, corporate cafeterias, manufacturers, and farms. This food is then delivered free of charge to more than 500 community food programs throughout
New York City
by a fleet of trucks and bikes. City Harvest helps feed the more than one million New Yorkers that face hunger each year.
SOURCE ProPhase Labs, Inc.