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Jumbleberry Partners With Stalco Inc. As Authorized Canadian Logistics and Regulatory Partner

November 28, 2013

In response to growing concerns regarding the impact that Canada’s evolving regulatory environment governing the manufacturing, importation and distribution of Natural Health Products will have on its clients’ business, leading CPA network Jumbleberry names Stalco Inc. as an authorized Canadian logistics and regulatory partner.

Toronto, ON, Canada (PRWEB) November 28, 2013

The Canadian regulatory landscape for importing and selling Natural Health Products (NHP) – nutraceuticals, vitamins, supplements or any product deemed a NHP by Health Canada – is extremely complex. While the current regulations have been in effect for many months, on December 1, 2013, Health Canada will begin strictly enforcing these new highly regulated rules governing the manufacture, importation, sale and distribution of natural products in the Canadian marketplace. Strict enforcement at all levels of the importation and manufacturing processes will be implemented, with all Natural Health Products expected to have Health Canada issued licenses in place as well as complete adherence to the rules governing formulation and labeling.

“Whether it’s a product that is new to the Canadian marketplace or one that you’ve been bringing into the country for years is irrelevant. If the product’s manufacturing, importation, sale and distribution methods don’t comply with Health Canada regulations there will be serious implications” says Steven Page, President at Stalco Inc. “We are receiving calls daily from companies that have long-standing successful businesses, with an established customer base, and a new customer acquisition model in place that are struggling to navigate the rigorous requirements laid out by Health Canada. What’s at risk? Significant revenue, your current customers…your business. By leveraging our regulatory expertise, our existing licenses, and our relationships with Health Canada our clients are avoiding the risks so many companies are falling prey to.”

Recognizing the impact that a Health Canada imposed suspension of product or ban on future importation could have on its clients’ business, Jumbleberry has chosen to align with Stalco Inc. as an authorized Canadian logistics and regulatory partner. Jumbleberry is a leading Cost per Acquisition (CPA) Network that specializes in generating health and beauty product sales for their clients in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. Given their diverse client base, the team at Jumbleberry understands the value in having qualified and experienced strategic partner like Stalco guide their clients through the regulatory complexities in Canada.

“With Health Canada’s strict regulatory policies governing all aspects of the NHP category, we know it’s imperative that our clients complete the appropriate paperwork and get the required Health Canada issued licenses in place to ensure that they avoid any unexpected costs or interruption of their ad campaigns and continue to benefit from Canada’s higher customer retention rate” says Steve Jukes – Founding Partner & Executive VP at Jumbleberry. Both Page and Jukes realize the value and uniqueness of Stalco’s ability to navigate this network of restrictions consistently and efficiently without delays. As Jukes says “Trust is the one of the most important aspects of our clients’ business, so it is imperative that the consumer receives their order with no risk of delay due to cross border logistics or regulatory issues.”

Not a traditional fulfillment company, Stalco works exclusively with health and beauty products offering deep expertise in the category and over 20 years of experience working with and developing relationships with Health Canada. Stalco’s clients enjoy the ease and reassurance of end-to-end management of the regulatory process, and the added benefit of speed to market in Canada afforded by Stalco’s existing licenses. A partnership with Stalco provides Jumbleberry’s clients with the knowledge and confidence to ensure compliance with Health Canada regulations, expedited timelines as a result of Stalco’s licensing and regulatory expertise, and a streamlined process for their clients from the time an offer is viewed to the moment that product reaches the consumer’s door.

About Stalco Inc.:

Since 1994 Stalco, a Canadian owned and operated business, has been assisting US Vitamin everything involved in successfully selling your products in Canada including importation, regulatory compliance, inventory management, warehousing and storage, and fulfillment. With Stalco, customer products will reach Canadian customers in a matter of days without customs delays or surprise charges for duty and taxes resulting in a much more satisfied Canadian customer and hence stronger retention rates and profitability. Stalco is fully licensed by Health Canada with a Natural Health Product Site License for Importation, Distribution, and Labelling. Stalco is an entrepreneurial organization that moves fast to get clients up and running in Canada. For more information, visit http://www.stalco.ca.

About Jumbleberry:

Founded in 2009, Jumbleberry’s team has over 50 years experience in performance-based marketing. Using innovative and adaptive strategies to maintain their distribution network, Jumbleberry consistently delivers Tier 1 traffic for their clients across a number of recognized display and social sites. As a CPA Network (Cost Per Acquisition Network), Jumbleberry works with their clients to ensure consistent performance ad campaigns and client satisfaction. Jumbleberry clients are able to access a network of excellence in customer service, fulfillment, payment processing, and CRM (Customer Relationship Management). In addition to providing offer and ad traffic, Jumbleberry supports their clients as they grow their businesses in Canada. For more information, visit http://www.jumbleberry.com.

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