German Wellness Launches: Stada And Klinge Introduce Electrolytes, Orthomol Targets Aging
New OTC products on the German market: Stada extends its Elotrans line with an electrolyte supplement aimed at sporty and social youth; Klinge also launches an electrolyte product, but as a food for special medical purposes for diarrhea sufferers; and Orthomol introduces a multinutrient supplement to help people age healthily.
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