Since 2013, the Homart Group launched its Spring Leaf Health Supplements in Taiwan and has been well received by Austrade and general consumers. In 2014, the Homart Group cooperated with China Chemical & Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. (CCPC) to authorise them as an exclusive distributor in Taiwan.
Founded in 1952, the CCPC is dedicated to innovation, research and development, and manufacturing in the pharmaceutical industry. In 1962, the CCPC was the first company in Taiwan authorised by the MOEA to go public. Later in 1964, it was awarded inspection approval by the US FDA, making the company the first general pharmaceutical manufacturer in Taiwan to receive acknowledgement from the US government. In 1978, CCPC was the first pharmaceutical manufacturer in Taiwan to implement a GMP system.
Since the CCPC came on board as the exclusive distributor of the Spring Leaf brand, they have introduced more Australian made health supplements to meet the needs of Taiwanese consumers. Now you can purchase all the supplements in the Spring Leaf range across 2000 pharmacies, Watsons and COSMED in Taiwan.
To maximise Spring Leaf brand exposure, large format displays and light boxes were installed in the Taipei 101 World Trade Centre Station and Minquan West Road Station. In just a few weeks, the publicity has generated overwhelming sales results. Since May 2015, the Spring Leaf brand was launched in prime time TV networks, sparking a buying frenzy in Taiwan.
Homart specialises in manufacturing and distributing high quality Australian made products since 1992. Spring Leaf, Top Life and Health＆Nature, the three top quality famous brands from Homart, have reached every corner of the world. Homart was proud to be the only health food supplier in the 2010 Shanghai Expo and has proudly won 15 Australia International awards within the last 5 years. For Australian health supplements, Homart is your best choice!
Homart Pharmaceuticals phone: 02-9648 2880, website: www.homart.com.au
Photo：Homart Group (Spring Leaf) launched in prime time TV networks in Taiwan