A Nutrition Leader in Transition
The company remains committed to high-quality products that
support consumers’ wellness goals.
By Sean Moloughney
With net sales of $4.5 billion in 2015, representing 4.7% growth from the previous
year, Herbalife International is one of
the largest public companies in the dietary supplement industry in terms of
sales, and it’s undergoing some signi;cant changes.
Established in 1980, Herbalife’s nutrition, weight management, energy/fitness
and personal care products are available
exclusively to and through dedicated, independent Herbalife distributors in more
than 90 countries.
“We are committed to fighting the
worldwide problems of poor nutrition and
obesity by offering high-quality products,
one-on-one coaching with an Herbalife
Nutrition Distributor and a community
that inspires customers to live a healthy,
active life,” said David Pezzullo, executive vice president, worldwide operations,
Herbalife International, Los Angeles, CA.
Since 2009, Herbalife Nutrition has
invested $250 million in vertical manu-
facturing and quality control laboratories
and infrastructure. In 2016 the company
opened its fifth Herbalife Nutrition Inno-
vation and Manufacturing (H.I.M.) facility
in Nanjing, China, making finished prod-
ucts for the Chinese market.
“Worldwide we currently produce up
to 65% of all our inner-nutrition products
in-house,” said Mr. Pezzullo. “Also, for
This article in a nutshell:
• Focus On Quality & Transparency
• Product Innovation
• Leadership in Transition
• Future Outlook