USA: Whole Living sees July revenue exceed US$1.1m for the first time
Utah-based whole-foods nutrition company Whole Living has announced that the preliminary July revenue result for its subsidiary The Brain Garden is US$720,000, and combined July revenues are in excess of US$1.1m for the first time.
"The Brain Garden is seeing the results of the significant developments that we had in the first half of the year. We made some strategic investments and opened new distribution channels", said Ron Williams, president of Whole Living.
Williams continued, "We fully anticipate seeing solid growth starting now and through the remainder of the year. Revenues for the Q1 2002 were US$1.45m; July alone did 75% of the entire Q1. This trend will continue and we are projecting to triple the Q1 during the Q3."
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