Genexa debuts Kids’ Pain & Fever Cherry

Kids’ Pain & Fever is now available in an organic cherry flavor.
Sandra Levy
Senior Editor
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As parents stock up the medicine cabinet for back-to-school season, Genexa is debuting its best-selling children’s product in a new organic flavorKids’ Pain & Fever Cherry.

Genexa Kids’ Pain & Fever uses no dyes, organic agave syrup as a sweetener, and features organic cherry flavor as well as other natural and organic inactive ingredients. 

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“As dads, we understand that kids can be picky and have specific preferences when it comes to medicine. We also know how stressful it can be to care for a sick child and we want to make the experience better for everyone,” said David Johnson and Max Spielberg, co-founders of Genexa. “With a new organic cherry flavor of our best-selling kids’ pain reliever we’re excited to offer even more choices that remain clean, effective and true to our mission at Genexato deliver the same effective active ingredients your family needs for symptom relief without any artificial fillers.”

Genexa Kids’ Pain & Fever Cherry is available now on Amazon and also will be sold nationwide in retailers that carry Genexa’s medicines. In collaboration with one of the brand’s key retail partners, Walgreens, Genexa has also launched a special value twin-pack of Kids’ Pain & Fever Cherry carried exclusively at Walgreens and Walgreens.com.

Genexa’s products are available at more than 60,000 retailers in the United States, including Walmart, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens and more.

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All of Genexa’s products are manufactured according to FDA guidelines and are Non-GMO Project Verified and gluten-free. Many are certified organic and vegan as well. As a Certified B-Corporation, Genexa is committed to using business as a force for good, meeting rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency.

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