USA: Whole Living sees second consecutive month of profitability
Utah-based whole-foods nutrition company Brain Garden, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Whole Living, has revealed that June was its second consecutive profitable month, on the back of strong sales. Revenue for June 2002 reached US$716,000, up 14% on the May 2002 figure, which was US$624,000. These figures do not include the previously announced acquisition of Vestrio Corp., the company anticipates that the closing to occur this week.
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