KANEOHE, Hawaii, April 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- DrTung's was a winner of this year's GREEN GOOD DESIGN AWARD, a world-renowned design prize awarded by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. The winning product, DrTung's Activated Charcoal Floss, won in the GREEN PRODUCT/GRAPHIC DESIGN category. Now in its 68th year, GOOD DESIGN® is one of the most prestigious awards programs organized worldwide. It was founded in 1950 by such pioneers in modern design as Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson and Eero Saarinen.
DrTung's Activated Charcoal Floss with its eco-friendly, plastic-free paperboard package—which is itself the floss dispenser—was one of only 32 worldwide winners in the heavily contested GREEN PRODUCT/GRAPHIC DESIGN category!
"This is a tremendous honor, especially since this innovative product was recently awarded another international award—the 2019 iF DESIGN AWARD—by a 67-member jury," said Colin Davis, CEO and Founder of DrTung's. "Our ultimate goal is to provide more effective, extraordinary oral care products that contribute to improved overall health, enhanced well-being and a happier balance in life, with the smallest possible environmental footprint."
More information about DrTung's Activated Charcoal Floss, which is PTFE-free, can be found in the 2019 WINNERS section of the GREEN GOOD DESIGN AWARDS.
Our products have grown out of a passion for bringing healthy smiles naturally. Since our small beginnings, DrTung's has always been on the leading edge, introducing the first commercially available tongue cleaner in 1997 before tongue cleaning was commonly known in the USA. We now provide innovative products for fresher breath and healthier smiles to major natural supermarkets and health stores across the USA.
About the GREEN GOOD DESIGN AWARDS
Now in its 68th year, the GOOD DESIGN® AWARD is one of the world's most prestigious design awards. The emphasis of the GOOD DESIGN program is on quality design of the highest form, function, and an aesthetics standard beyond ordinary consumer products and graphics. Submissions to the program are judged by a jury of distinguished design professionals and leading industry specialists on criteria established in the original 1950 program for the highest aesthetic in terms of innovative design, new technologies, form, materials, construction, concept, function, utility, and sensitivity to the environment.
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