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Cabinet Health

The Pharmacy Of The Future Is Here

About this Event

Cabinet Health is on a mission to eliminate the 190 billion single use plastic medicine bottles while improving product quality and creating a personalized experience for its customers.

Cabinet’s proprietary compostable packaging is FDA approved, patented, and can be used with more than 25 OTC medicines and over 200 prescriptions. But Cabinet is more than just a packaging company. They are leveraging multigenerational experience in the pharmaceutical industry to source and manufacture high quality medicines that go in the packaging. Unlike other drug manufacturers, Cabinet goes beyond FDA standards and independently tests every batch of medicine to ensure it is free of carcinogens, toxins, heavy metals and allergens.

Cabinet OTC products are currently sold by Amazon, Target, CVS, and Grove, as well as through their online portal. Their online prescription business is growing quickly and currently has a waitlist of 23,000 patients.

Watch this webinar with founders Achal Patel and Russ Gong to hear how Cabinet Health is on a mission to remove 190 billion single use plastic medicine bottles from our waste stream. 

Video On Demand

– Recorded

March 27


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