Whole Living 2Q sets upward trend

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Whole Living reports revenues of $1.8 million for the second
quarter of 2002, up from $1.4 million in the first quarter.
Domestic sales increased over 150 per cent, according to the
company, which became profitable in May for the first time in its
history.

Whole Living and its wholly-owned subsidiary The Brain Garden, has reported revenues of $1.8 million for the second quarter of 2002, compared to $1.4 million earned during the first quarter of the year.

The company said the growth was a direct result of increased demand for their premier product Pulse.

During the second quarter, Whole Living expanded global operations in Australia and Canada, and recently announced plans to enter Europe. Domestic sales increased over 150 per cent, according to the company, which became profitable in May for the first time in its history.

The acquisition of Vestrio was completed in late June, and Whole Living said that it saw immediate benefits during July.

"In this quarter we crossed some major milestones and are on track with the vision management has laid out for this company,"​ said Ron Williams, president of Whole Living, "but as the saying goes, 'you ain't seen nothing yet.' With our acquisition of Vestrio we will continue to set records and increase shareholder value."

Whole Living produces and markets wholefoods to consumers throughout the US, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

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