Scala will be launching a new range of organic products, called Stimul8, at its Trade Fair in Almere, The Netherlands, this month. Scala says the new range is designed to comply with the EU Directive on Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products*.
Scala’s Clive Gore said: “The EU Directive coming into force next year may be unpopular but it is important that all retailers take notice as the vast majority of existing products do not comply with the new legal requirements. Our new Stimul8 range has been designed especially with this is mind and features a full range of sexual health products including enhancement creams, gels and sprays alongside the hugely popular potency pills. All of the products are very professionally packaged and the initial feedback from customers has been fantastic.”
For further details on the new Stimul8 range contact Scala on 01675 430300.
*The Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products Directive, 2004/24/EC, came into force on 30th April 2004 and the transitional period ends on 30th April 2011. Guidelines for retailers, wholesalers, importers and manufacturers, issued by UK regulatory body the MHRA, can be found at: www.mhra.gov.uk/Howweregulate/Medicines/Herbalmedicines/PlacingaherbalmedicineontheUKmarket/TraditionalHerbalMedicinesRegistrationScheme/index.htm
More information on the EU Traditional Herbal Medicines Directive can be found (though it shouldn’t be read when operating heavy machinery) at: