USA: Hain Celestial reaffirms FY earnings, sales guidance
Melville, NY-based Hain Celestial Group has reaffirmed its full year guidance for earnings of between US$0.78 and US$0.84 per share and revenues of US$450m to US$470m in fiscal 2003.
In a presentation to investors yesterday [Wednesday], the natural and organic snack food company added that it expects to post quarterly earnings and revenues as follows:
Fiscal Year 2003 Earnings per Share Revenues
Q1 US$0.14-0.17 US$103-108m
Q2 US$0.27-0.28 US$125-130m
Q3 US$0.22-0.23 US$117-122m
Q4 US$0.15-0.16 US$105-110m
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