Oroville, CA (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
CleanFlame announced today a major expansion of its CleanFlame fire logs and Rapid Fire fire starters in national Grocery, Convenience & Hardware stores. CleanFlame manufactures high quality ultra-clean burning fire logs and fire starters made from 100% recycled materials. The products are now being sold in Kroger, Safeway, Supervalu, Winco, Savemart, Raleys, Stater Bros, Shoprite, Demoulas, Albertsons, ACE, Food4Less and many others.
“I believe that this expansion in stores carrying the CleanFlame brand is in part a response to increased consumer demand for green products, especially those that can improve the quality of the air we breathe, and also reflects a strengthening by retailers of their commitment to green products and environmental stewardship”, said Kory Hamman, CEO of CleanFlame, “We are proud of the consumer recognition of our ultra-clean burning products that are both affordable and green. Rarely do you find a product that is truly a "Green" product made from 100% recycled materials and is less expensive that most other major name brands.”
The company confirmed that the high consumer demand has increased their log sales substantially from sales occurring from coast to coast in smaller locally run stores, the mid-size regional chains, as well as the nationwide super-chains.
CleanFlame is a leading manufacturer of ultra-clean burning firelogs and firestarters made from 100% recycled materials, that would normally end up in landfills. CleanFlame’s patented production process converts used waxed old corrugated containers (WOCC) into clean-burning firelogs and firestarters that are safe enough to cook over. Clean Flame’s clean-burning products, used in fireplaces, home heating and indoor/outdoor cooking environments, reduce landfill waste, create zero impact on non-renewable or rainforest resources, and produce 80% less carbon monoxide, 86% less creosote, 30% less particulate matter and 50% more heat/lb than wood. Established in 2003, CleanFlame is headquartered in Oroville, California. For more information visit http://www.cleanflame.com.