The Company has a diversified, multi-channel business model and derives revenue from product sales through company-owned retail stores, domestic and international franchise activities, third party contract manufacturing, e-commerce and corporate partnerships. GNC's broad and deep product mix, which is focused on premium, value-added nutritional products, is sold under GNC proprietary brands, including Mega Men®, Ultra Mega®, Total LeanTM, Pro Performance® AMP, Beyond Raw®, GNC PuredgeTM, GNC GenetixHD®, Herbal Plus® and under nationally recognized third party brands. As of September 30, 2014, GNC has more than 8,800 locations, of which more than 6,500 retail locations are in the United States (including 1,063 franchise and 2,258 Rite Aid franchise store-within-a-store locations) and franchise operations in more than 50 countries (including distribution centers where retail sales are made).
After giving both a fair shot and experiencing both of them unbiasedly, I have to conclude that Phen375 vs Phenrx results in a massive thumbs up to former. It’s more expensive, but it was almost as strong as presription drugs similar to phentermine that I have experience with over the years. If money is an issue you may be tempted into the cheaper comparable otc herbal supplements like phenrx or phentabz, but I would say go with Phen 375 after saving up your cash and dont waste your time on an inferior product. Reply