Synergy CHC Has UrgentRx Ticket To Enter OTC Market
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Synergy also acquires Australian brand Flat Tummy Tea. Both deals partly are financed through a $5.5m loan from Knight Therapeutics, a Canadian firm that in January also provided Synergy with a $6m loan to acquire the Focusfactor dietary supplement brand.
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