USA: LifeSmart sees 207% increase in Q4 sales
Salt Lake City-based nutraceutical company LifeSmart Nutrition Technologies has announced sales of US$784,000 for its Q4 ended 31 May 2002, up 68% compared with US$466,000 for the same period last year. Also on a preliminary, unaudited basis, sales for the year ended 31 May 2002 were US$3.53m, an increase of over 200% compared to US$1.15m for the prior year.
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