Nature Bros. Introduces `Old Fashioned Seasonings' to Oklahoma

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Nature Bros. Introduces `Old Fashioned Seasonings' to Oklahoma


Nature Bros. Ltd, a newly-formed Locust Grove company, is introducing a new food product, "Old Fashioned Seasoning," to the Oklahoma market this month.

The seasoning is made up of 50 percent protein and 50 percent B-vitamin complex. It is an all-natural product, containing no preservatives or chemicals and is low in salt content and calories.

The product is initially being introduced through a combination of direct sales to retail grocery markets and in-store demonstrations each weekend through March.

Distribution will continue to expand throughout northeast Oklahoma and will begin in southwest Missouri in the Joplin to Springfield areas by April. The company, which has established manufacturingfacilities near Locust Grove, plans to expand distribution nationwide while developing additional specialized food products.

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A fund-raising campaign to benefit the Oklahoma City Ronald McDonald Children's Tomorrow House is being held now through April by Oklahoma grocers and Scott Paper Co.

Major Scott brands will carry a special package designated to alert consumers to the fact that their purchases trigger a donation to the Ronald McDonald Houses.

Scott Paper plans to raise $1 million for Ronald McDonald Houses and Ronald McDonald Children's Charities throughout the country. The million-dollar donation will be reached through a combination of these special purchases and a direct corporate gift from Scott. The company will also donate a year's supply of paper products to each Ronald McDonald House.

In Oklahoma City, Ronald McDonald House has served in excess of 650 families from 76 of the state's 77 counties since it opened in April 1984. Scott will donate funds directly to the Oklahoma City house through the purchase of Scott brands in the name of Oklahoma chains, retailers and wholesalers participating in the fund-raiser.

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Pipkin Cameras & Video will present a one-time Oklahoma City showing of "China - A Journey in Pictures," April 10 at 7 p.m. at Bishop McGuinness High School Auditorium.

The presentation is a multi-media format, with 13 computer-coordinated slide and film projectors on a 12-foot by 36-foot wide screen, accompanied by music, sound effects and live narration. …

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