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With the growing concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want you to know that the health and safety of our Household Essentials community, including our team, is our top priority. Our Operations are up and running very strong. Our inventory is in good shape considering all the issues in China. Yes, we will have some out-of-stocks but they will be limited. Our factories are all back to work and we have a lot of inventory in route to us today.
We are closely monitoring the guidance from local and federal authorities, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to safeguard our employees and community. We will follow their guide as this pandemic unfolds. We will post any significant updates to this message if changes occur.
For those questioning our products coming out of China, it is to our best knowledge that there is no evidence that someone can be infected through contact with inanimate objects such as our products or packages. In addition, we have put safety protocols in place for our employees to follow to ensure our products are safe for distribution.
Thank you for your continued support of our products. We appreciate your business and please accept our best wishes for your health and safety during this crisis.
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