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Guy & O'Neill, Inc. Wins 2017 Grocery Headquarters Trailblazer Award

FREDONIA, Wis., Feb. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Guy & O'Neill, Inc., a private label and contract manufacturer, is pleased to announce that they were awarded the 2017 Private Label Trailblazer Award by Grocery Headquarters in their February, 2017 issue. The award is given out annually to those companies recognized for driving growth in the private label industry. 

Guy & O'Neill was recognized for its innovation in the personal lubricant category.  The company recently launched a new line of personal lubricants that is made from all natural ingredients and is preservative, paraben and sugar free. "We are very pleased to receive the award. The Trailblazer Award recognizes Guy & O'Neill's commitment to delivering innovation that meets unmet consumer needs and that helps retailers grow their private brands," stated Greg Fries, Guy & O'Neill's Vice President of Marketing. "Consumers are increasingly looking for personal care products with fewer, more natural ingredients. Our personal lubricant was the first to have the claim Made with All Natural Ingredients approved by the FDA. I could not be more proud of the team," he added.

The full article can be found here, http://www.groceryheadquarters.com/February-2017/Praise-for-Private-Label/.

About Guy & O'Neill
Guy & O'Neill, Inc. was founded in 1975 with headquarters in Fredonia, Wisconsin. It is focused on contract, private label and consumer goods manufacturing for wet wipes, personal care, beauty care, household care, adult care and automotive care. Guy & O' Neill has created and delivered innovation for Fortune 500 retailers and consumer product companies with an emphasis on the highest standards for business ethics, quality and customer service.  For more information visit www.guyandoneill.com.

 

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