Earth Friendly Products reaches stardom at Expo West

Earth Friendly Products reaches stardom at Expo West

One constant for the natural, organic and healthy living industry that has grown from fringe to mainstream is Natural Products Expo West. It is a real Mecca for the green world.

This year Natural Products Expo West drew over 110,000 visitors and over 3,000 exhibits showcasing products in the categories of natural and specialty foods, organic, supplements, health and beauty, natural living and pet products.

Earth Friendly Products (EFP)  the leader in home and commercial cleaners unveiled  new products at the 2013 Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, CA.

The new EFP additions include the Ecos Pods, Wave Pods, Oxo Brite Pods, and the ultra-concentrated laundry detergent Ecos 4x.

The Earth Friendly Products booth was a major attraction. Eco-friendly visitors and celebrities, including Jessica Alba showed their support to the leading Earth Friendly brand.

Alba with the help of her business partner Christopher Gavigan  founded an eco-friendly company called The Honest Company.

Stardom continued at the Earth Friendly Products’ booth. It was reflected in the exceptional brand and in the excitement of the earth moving feature film “A green story” which is about to hit the big screen in New York and Los Angeles on April 26th, 2013.

Written and directed by Nika Agiashvili, A Green Story focuses on living the American dream after Van Vlahakis founded Earth Friendly Products; a multimillion dollar company specializing in Green residential and commercial cleaners..

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