USA/AUSTRALIA: Whole Living announces new plant as sales escalate
American Fork, Utah-based whole-foods nutrition company Whole Living and its subsidiary, The Brain Garden, has announced the establishment of a wholly-owned manufacturing facility in Australia to meet the increased demand for the region. The facility will allow Whole Living to provide Australia and the Pacific Rim with products and increase profit margins by reducing the costs typically associated with the import and export business. On average it took over two weeks to ship the good from the facility in Utah to these regions. The plant is expected to be fully operational in September of 2002.
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