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IFI is a family owned business located in Huntington Beach, CA. Started in 1995, it was rooted in supplying protective equipment and sanitation supplies to the food manufacturing industry. It has since leveraged its long standing and extensive supply chain network to offer its services to the medical community during this critical time of need. Recent health care entities to partner with IFI include Cedars Sinai, Eisenhower Health in Palm Springs, Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, and LA County Department of Health Services.

Being a member of Medical Practice Purchasing Group (MPPG) gives members access to exclusive discounts for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) through a recently executed purchasing agreement with Industrial Formulators Incorporated (IFI). MPPG members will receive a 5% discount on all SKUs purchased from IFI, including but not limited to:

  • Disposable gloves
  • Disposable masks, including N-95
  • Hand Sanitizer in varying sizes, including the touchless dispensing stand ideal for medical offices
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Disinfecting cleaning supplies (also in bulk)

The above category of products/equipment supplied by IFI are considered “List N” (i.e. kills/protects against COVID-19) and are FDA and or CDC registered with MSDS documentation.

Please contact Jeff from IFI at 714-875-3180. When you call, please ask for a price comparison with your current supplier of PPE. You can also visit their website directly at https://www.industrialformulatorsinc.com/.

Many of our members have been paying far too much for PPE during this pandemic, and through this agreement IFI is committed to offering quality products at a competitive price in order to create long lasting business partnerships.

If you are not an MPPG member, please click on the “Join Now” button at the top of the page.


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