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Schär Partners with IBS Brands for IBS Awareness Month 2024

Schär Teams Up with IBS Brands for Awareness Month 2024
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Swedesboro, NJ / April 2024 / Schär, a global leader in gluten-free food innovation, is proud to announce its partnership with ModifyHealth, FODZYME, and FODMAP Everyday to mark Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month. This collaboration brings together industry leaders committed to providing innovative solutions for digestive health and supporting individuals with dietary sensitivities.

ModifyHealth offers fully-prepared meals tailored to support better health, with all options being gluten-free and customizable based on dietary needs, including those with IBS. Their mission aligns perfectly with Schär’s commitment to providing convenient, nutritious options for individuals with special dietary needs.

FODZYME, with its unique enzyme supplement designed to target FODMAP molecules directly, provides relief for those with digestive discomfort, including individuals with IBS. This innovative solution complements Schär’s focus on improving the lives of those with dietary sensitivities by offering effective, science-based products.

FODMAP Everyday provides a wealth of resources for individuals following the low FODMAP diet, including over 1,000 low FODMAP recipes and evidence-based information. Their dedication to supporting IBS sufferers through dietary management resonates with Schär’s mission to empower individuals to thrive on a gluten-free diet.

Schär’s collaboration with ModifyHealth, FODZYME, and FODMAP Everyday affirms their commitment to providing comprehensive support for individuals with IBS and other digestive issues. Together, they aim to raise awareness about IBS and offer solutions that improve the lives of those affected by this condition.

IBS affects millions of people worldwide, and dietary management plays a crucial role in symptom management. The partnership between Schär and these leading IBS brands underscores the importance of collaboration in addressing the diverse needs of individuals with digestive sensitivities.

As part of the partnership, Schär will be participating in various initiatives throughout IBS Awareness Month, including educational campaigns, recipe sharing, and community events. These efforts aim to increase understanding of IBS and support those navigating the challenges of living with this condition.

About Schär

For more than 100 years, Dr. Schär’s mission has been to improve the lives of people with special nutritional needs. Dr. Schär USA, Inc. is committed to providing great-tasting gluten-free food to the celiac, gluten-sensitive, and IBS communities, offering a safe, flavorful, and high-quality line of gluten-free products. Schär has over 20,000 doors in the US and retailers, including Walmart, Kroger, Sprouts, Whole Foods, ShopRite, Stop & Shop, and many more. The entire portfolio of products spans from bread, cookies, candy, and crackers to frozen items, including puff pastry dough and croissants! The new soy-free Artisan Baker Breads further solidifies the commitment to trust among consumers with food allergies.

Forward-Looking Statements

This release contains forward-looking statements regarding future operating and financial performance, product development, market position, and business strategy and objectives. These statements are based on current expectations of future events and are inherently subject to uncertainty. Actual results could vary materially from expectations and projections due to various factors. For a further list and description of these risks, uncertainties, and other factors, please refer to Dr. Schär’s filings with the SEC. Information in this release is as of the dates indicated herein. Dr. Schär does not undertake to update any of the information contained in these materials except as required by law.

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