Janet Hull PhD, CN
February 1, 2014

Sick of being sick all the time as a school teacher of young kids, Victoria Knight-McDowell began making herbal and vitamin supplements and selling them to local drug stores in the early 1990s. Later, Knight-McDowell contracted cartoonist Lloyd Dangle to create Airborne’s brand and packaging. In 1997, specialty grocery chain Trader Joe’s ordered 300 cases of Airborne tablets to sell, and by 1999 other larger chains began stocking Airborne.

I know many people who use Airborne for reducing the risk of colds and infections when flying on airplanes or smashed into close quarters with a lot of people. Most of them do not realize Airbourne contains aspartame.
When Was Aspartame Added?

I do not know when aspartame was added to Airborne, but in October 2009, Airborne was purchased by GF Capital Management and Advisors, LLC – a New York City-based private equity firm. In March 2012, Schiff Nutrition acquired Airborne, Inc.

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