Royal Heritage Acquires National Allergy Supply

NEW YORK-Enhancing its reach in the allergy-products market, Royal Heritage Home has purchased the assets of National Allergy Supply, a manufacturer of a variety of allergy-avoidance merchandise.

National Allergy supplies mattress protectors, air-purification systems, sinus relief products, bed-bug treatments, respirator masks, water filters and asthma products, both direct to consumer and wholesale. This is Royal Heritage's third acquisition of an allergy-products company in the past seven months. Last September, the company purchased Allergy Solutions, and this past January, it acquired Allergy Control Products--both companies with a similar product line to National Allergy.

Jeff Tauber, chairman and CEO of Royal Heritage, said, "The acquisition of National Allergy gives us enormous economies of scale in the (allergy-control) segment now, which will be great for all our consumer and wholesale customers." A Royal Heritage statement said National Allergy maintains a database of nearly 800,000 present and past customers and markets through allergists directly, as well as through its website.

Tauber added that National Allergy will maintain its office and distribution center in Duluth, Ga., and that Royal Heritage will move its mattress-encasement production to its factory in Cornelia, Ga.

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