March 11, 2015
TomDue to numerous shopper requests for the return of its one-of-a-kind Propolis & Myrrh Gingermint Baking Soda toothpaste, Tom's of Maine announced today the favorite flavor of many loyal fans is back. First introduced in 1998, this much sought-after toothpaste has a perfectly balanced blend of exotic fresh ginger root oil layered with traditional baking soda and cooling pure peppermint with extracts of stevia for sweetness. The only natural ginger, baking soda and peppermint-flavored toothpaste available, Propolis & Myrrh Gingermint Baking Soda is available at health and specialty retailers nationwide and online.
"Listening to the needs and desires of our customers is at the core of how we do business," said Matt Smith, senior brand manager, oral care at Tom's of Maine. "We're confident that new and loyal Gingermint Baking Soda users will be thrilled that we're bringing back this refreshing flavor experience."
Tom's of Maine Propolis & Myrrh Gingermint Baking Soda toothpaste was originally conceived by company co-founder Kate Chappell. The fluoride-free toothpaste gained popularity for its fresh flavor combination and use of botanicals propolis and myrrh, which leave your mouth feeling refreshed and clean. Tom's of Maine has a long history of innovation in the use of botanicals in natural personal care. It was the first natural toothpaste manufacturer to include fresh ginger in a toothpaste and was recently awarded the Herbal Industry Leader Award from The American Herbal Products Association.
Like all Tom's of Maine toothpastes, Propolis & Myrrh Gingermint Baking Soda helps prevent plaque build-up with regular brushing and contains no artificial chemicals or flavors, no preservatives or synthetic additives and no animal testing or animal ingredients.
Source: Tom's of Maine via PR Newswire
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