Vitamin Shoppe’s ‘unique’ multipacks for men and women branded as Mytrition are doing ‘very well’ and current sales performance has led to plans for the retailer to expand the range from 6 to 10 SKUs, said the company’s CEO.
DuPont benefited from last year’s acquisition of Danish specialty food ingredient company Danisco in the fourth quarter of 2011, as revenue more than doubled in its nutrition and health business – although the chemical group’s overall profit fell slightly.
DSM has today reported a rise in sales for its nutrition division
in the second quarter of 2007, however the loss of contracts tied
in with the take-over of Roche vitamins and a poor exchange rate
both took their toll.
Direct supplements marketer Herbalife has reported a net loss of
$14.3 million for full fiscal 2004 but attributes the huge drop in
income over the last 12 months, from $36.8 million for 2003, to
expenses associated with recapitalization.
2005 is barely underway but Canadian Forbes Medi-Tech is already
looking forward to a bumper year. The biopharmaceutical company
yesterday announced revenue guidance of C$21 to C$22 million for
the fiscal year ending 31 December 2005...
Martek Biosciences last week announced its year-end results, noting
increased revenues and "robust growth" due primarily to higher
sales of nutritional products to the company's infant formula
Cyanotech, the Hawaiian based nutraceutical firm, which saw a
return to profitability in fiscal 2004, appears to be benefiting
from growing public awareness of the health benefits of its
products, reporting solid results for the second...
The new owner of Peter Black Pharmaceuticals, US-based Perrigo,
reported a record second quarter this week and confirmed that it
was ready to become a leading nutritional products supplier in the
Swedish probiotics company BioGaia, which has made significant
developments in its health and nutrition unit this year, reported
net sales for 2002 reached SK43.1 million (€4.7m), with sales in
the fourth quarter up by 142 per cent...
Choline maker and encapsulates supplier Balchem reported a strong
30 per cent increase in sales for 2002 this week, thanks to growth
in both its core units. The global company also saw a 45 per cent
increase in its net income to $7.4...
US marketer of private label vitamins saw sales drop in its 2003
first quarter, due to the sale of two brands in July this year.
However gross profit and operating income was up on the same period
Canadian company Forbes Medi -Tech yesterday reported profitable
second quarter and first half results, making significant
improvements on losses reported last year. The good news was a
result of the one-time C$6.1 million gain from...
Pharmaceuticals giant Roche this week reported a 28 per cent fall
in net profits for the first half of the year. The Swiss company
saw net profit fall from SF2.5billion to SF1.8billion, partly due
to a 39 per cent drop in operating...
Energy drink maker Hansen Natural reported record gross and net
sales for the second quarter ended June 30, 2002. The company
attributed strong sales to its core beverage lines and new product
The producer of plant-based dairy alternatives shrugs off flat
sales to post a strong rise in profits in the first quarter of
fiscal 2003 as its restructuring and expansion programme begins to
Baywood International, a US nutraceutical company specialising in
the development of its own brands, announced a 67 per cent increase
in revenue for the first quarter ended 31 March, up to $744,771
from $446,901 in the same period...
A charge of $20 million (€22.8m) related to the write-down of
goodwill following the acquisition of Prolab Nutrition pushed
nutritional supplement manufacturer Natrol further into the red in
the fourth quarter of 2001.