Med-X files Nature-Cide product line in Caribbean Islands


May 31, 2023

Nature-cide-logo-648Med-X has filed to register its flagship Nature-Cide pest control product line in several Caribbean Islands.

This addresses an unaddressed adjacent market with heavy pest pressures and a strong commitment to sustainability.

Med-X, through its multiple distribution partners, has proceeded to register its primary Nature-Cide products across Barbados, Guyana, St. Lucia and Trinidad, with an approval and shipments already moving into Guyana. Registration is a mandatory process for pest control products in many international jurisdictions, allowing Med-X to gain government approval to use its products in local markets.

This strategic decision reflects the growing demand for effective pest management solutions in jurisdictions with heavy pest pressures that prioritize environmental sustainability and the well-being of communities. Med-X began testing and introducing Nature-Cide into various regions world-wide over the last couple of years, which has now garnered great interest and demand to contribute to the reduction of chemical-based pest control methods with effective all-natural solutions, protecting both people and the environment.

Matthew Mills, CEO of Med-X, said in the news release, “We are thrilled to announce the beginning of our world-wide expansion with a first step into the Caribbean islands, to supply our flagship Nature-Cide solutions to a largely untapped, niche market with significant white space for adoption across the region. We look forward to registering and launching our portfolio of Nature-Cide products across a variety or regions that are demanding solutions that are environmentally friendly as we strive to create value for our shareholders over the long-term.

“Our mission has always been to provide effective pest control solutions that are safe, environmentally friendly, and sustainable. By partnering with local community leaders and their regulatory authorities, we are taking a step forward in achieving our goal of reducing reliance on harmful chemicals in pest management while providing necessary relief from heavy pest pressures across the Caribbean and beyond,” concluded Mills.


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