TORONTO, September 12, 2022 /CNW/ – The Well Told Company Inc. (“well told” or the “Company“) (TSXV: WLCO) (FSE: 7HO), the women’s-founded wellness company offering plant-based supplements, remedies and other functional wellness products, is pleased to announce its launch in Bartell Drugs, the Pacific Northwest division of Ritus Aid.
Ten Well Told products will soon be available at all Bartell Drugs locations, with a mix of the company’s capsules and new powders in compostable sachets launched earlier this year. This is the company’s first introduction to Rite Aid. Well Told recently launched in the US Dec 2021 with 1,700 distribution points (PODs) and by May 2022, had already passed the 2022 milestone of quadrupling its US PODs; this new addition brings the company’s total to more than 8,678 PODs in the US
Monica RuffoWell Told founder and CEO, stated: “We are so excited to announce a new partnership with such a major US retailer, so soon after announcing our launch in US airports. These are very important steps to build our business south of the border where we just started.”
About The Well Told Company Inc.
Well Told is a women-based emerging plant-based wellness company that formulates, develops, distributes, and markets a variety of supplements, remedies, and other functional wellness products. Founded by serial entrepreneur and award-winning leader Monica Ruffo, she discovered the lack of transparency and availability of clean, plant-based formulations in the wellness industry after undergoing treatment for breast cancer and decided to take her health into her own hands. With the mission “Clean wellness for all”, Well Told products are currently available in more than 2,000 stores across Canada including several well-known retailers and recently launched in more than 1,000 pharmacies in the US, in addition to being available at welltold.com and on Amazon.
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SOURCE Well Told Inc.
For more information: Monica Ruffo, Chief Executive Officer, The Well Told Company Inc., Phone: +1-855-935-5865; Investor Relations: Aiyana Bradshaw, Email: [email protected], Phone: +1-855-935-5865; Media Inquiries: Dria Murphy, Publicist, Email: [email protected]