Houston’s Gulf Coast Distillers manufacturing hand sanitizer amid COVID-19 threat

Gulf Coast Distillers, an industrial-scale distillery and bottling operation located in east downtown Houston, is currently repurposing production and bottling lines for the manufacture of hand sanitizer, according to a release from the company. Sometime later this week, the company’s alcohol-based sanitizer, C4U Hand Sanitizer, will be available at retailers throughout the state.  “As the coronavirus concerns have grown over the past week, and the supply of important health items has become sparse, we have decided to shift a significant part of our production resources to help our community in this time of need,” Gulf Coast Distillers’ President & CEO, Carlos de Aldecoa, said in the release. 

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