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23 Dec 2005

AUSTRALIA: Heinz to sell NZ poultry business

19 Dec 2005

US: Hain Celestial completes organic merger

5 Dec 2005

USA: Heinz to explore sale of Hain Celestial shares

3 Nov 2005

USA: New products boost Hain Celestial's earnings

6 Oct 2005

EUROPE: Sales of soya milk surge - research

8 Sep 2005

SINGAPORE/USA: Hain Celestial commences Asian alliance

2 Sep 2005

USA: Hain Celestial full year sales, income up

24 Aug 2005

USA: Hain Celestial licenses brands to Heritage Foods

23 Aug 2005

USA: Hain Celestial buys Spectrum Organic Products

4 Aug 2005

USA/SINGAPORE: Hain Celestial, YHS sign investment deal

5 May 2005

USA: Hain Celestial sales, earnings rise in Q3

4 Apr 2005

USA: Hain Celestial launches Sesame Street products

7 Feb 2005

USA: Hain Celestial reports higher Q2 earnings

5 Nov 2004

USA: Hain Celestial: a natural progression (COMMENT)


3 Nov 2004

USA: Ingredient costs impact Hain Celestial's Q1 profit

11 Oct 2004

USA: McDonald's to sell Hain Celestial soy-based veggie burger

8 Oct 2004

USA: Hain Celestial launches two new Health Valley cereals

4 Oct 2004

USA: Hain Celestial appoints vice president of investor relations

1 Sep 2004

USA: Hain Celestial reports lower Q4 profit

5 Jul 2004

USA: Healthy outlook for General Mills (COMMENT)


26 May 2004

Health versus indulgence in the cookie sector

Alissa Ostrowski

20 May 2004

USA: Hain Celestial acquires frozen food brands from Heinz

19 May 2004

USA: General Mills CEO sees industry-wide price increases

7 May 2004

USA: Hain Celestial posts lower Q3 net income

4 May 2004

USA: Hain Celestial announces new credit facility, price increases

3 Mar 2004

USA: Dakota Beef signs deal with Hain Celestial for organic baby food line

25 Feb 2004

GERMANY/USA: Hain Celestial acquires Germany's Natumi

6 Feb 2004

USA: Hain Celestial: healthy choices (COMMENT)


4 Feb 2004

USA: Hain Celestial posts 27% rise in Q2 profit

10 Nov 2003

Carbohydrates: How low can we go?

Bernice Hurst

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