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Direct Selling Association (DSA) Recognizes Saladmaster for Participating in Code of Ethics Communications Initiative

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Dana Thornburg
Saladmaster
817-652-8148

[email protected]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 07/18/18

Fort Worth, Texas – Saladmaster and its parent company Regal Ware were both r
ecognized as participants in the 2017-2018 DSA Code of Ethics Communication Initiative (CCI). The purpose of this program is to promote the education and communication of the DSA Code of Ethics among member companies, members of the field, and the general public. Knowledge of the DSA Code of Ethics makes it possible for consumers and individual direct sellers to take advantage of its protections. It also allows people to be aware of the high standards Saladmaster and Regal Ware pledge to as DSA members.

Saladmaster has long committed to integrity in all its practices, as one of the company’s stated core values. Saladmaster strives to change lives by making a difference in local communities and ultimately the world. Adhering to the highest ethical standards is essential to accomplishing this mission.

In keeping with the DSA CCI, all Saladmaster sites will include the following seal, along with a link to the code of ethics pdf available on DSA.org.

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About Saladmaster

Saladmaster has revolutionized healthy cooking by offering premium products through a unique cooking experience. For more than 70 years, Saladmaster has changed lives by empowering Cooking Coaches to achieve their entrepreneurial goals in more than 40 countries. As a multimillion-dollar company, Saladmaster's state-of-the-art cookware is manufactured in the USA, by parent company Regal Ware, Inc., located in Kewaskum, WI, USA, whose vision is "to enrich lives by bringing families together." Discover more about Saladmaster at www.saladmaster.com.

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