FitLife Brands, maker of nutritional supplements sold under several brand names, has bucked the headwinds that have afflicted the dietary supplement sector in recent quarters, notching an 18% rise in revenue in its second quarter 2014 results. The company...
Nutraceutical International Corporation will continue to align itself with a growing list of dietary supplement manufacturers and ingredient suppliers in seeking out acquisition opportunities to grow the business, chairman and CEO Bill Gay said.
Hawaii-based Cyanotech has announced a slight drop in net income in the second quarter of fiscal 2011, compared with the second quarter of fiscal 2010, but the company continues to post a ‘solid performance’.
Hansen Natural, the company that last week launched a new energy
drink onto the market reports a leap in income for the year on the
back of strong sales in its Monster Energy brand. While soy-based
food product firm Tofutti weathers...
Cranberry specialist Northland posts a $4m profit in its fiscal
fourth quarter, an improvement over the prior year's net loss, and
says it market share is on the rise; it is also looking into
Natural foods retailer Wild Oats Markets saw net income surge in
the second quarter, as sales at three new stores opened earlier
this year boosted revenue. No sales growth from new products and
new store formats however.
Omega-3 fish oil and specialty fish meal products producer Omega
Protein Corporation, last week reported net income for the first
quarter of 2003 of $2.6 million compared with a net income of $2.7
million for the first quarter of...
Supplement maker Natural Alternatives International reported
improved performance on last year's first half, cutting losses to
record a net income of $686,000, up $1.3 million on the first six
months of 2002.
Sales at Wyeth consumer healthcare decreased 6 per cent in the 2002
fourth quarter and 3 per cent for the 2002 full year. Poor
performance of the cough and cold products was however partly
offset by sales of Centrum vitamins.