Acology Inc. (ACOL: OTCQB) | Acology, Inc. Updates Dispensing Chemists Compounding Pharmacy Details


CORONA, CA–(Marketwired – November 07, 2014) – Acology, Inc. (OTCQB: ACOL), maker of the first-ever polypropylene (PP) airtight, watertight, smell-proof medical grade container, announced that it had closed an agreement to provide its signature product, the Medtainer™ to Specialty Pharmacy, a dispensing chemists compounding pharmacy located in Corona, CA.

Included in the announcement was a quoted comment about the Medtainer™ mistakenly attributed to Diane Ahn, Pharm D. RPh., an employee of Specialty Pharmacy. In fact, the comment was made by an employee of another customer. Neither Ms. Ahn nor any officer or employee of Specialty Pharmacy, has made any comment about this product to Acology.

Acology regrets the error.

Acology’s 4th generation Medtainer is a patented, FDA approved #5 polypropylene container that is water-proof, smell-proof and child resistant. Its most dynamic feature is a built-in grinder that grinds pills, herbal medications, coffee beans and teas into fine powder. The container’s grinding teeth have been reinforced for greater wear and easier manipulation.

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About Acology Inc.

Acology, Inc. is a revolutionary bottle design, manufacturing, branding and sales company bringing to the forefront the first-ever polypropylene (PP) airtight, watertight, smell-proof delivery and storage system with a built-in grinding component. Acology containers give consumers the ability to easily store, carry and consume herbal remedies, pharmaceuticals, teas and any other solid or liquid content. Because Acology Inc. adheres so closely to the rigid compliance standards of the medical industry it can provide the medical professional with the ability to store, mix and distribute medications in solid form without the fear of cross-contamination.

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