Herbalife Investments Streamline Supply Chain, Attract Industry Talent
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Herbalife’s “seed-to-feed” vertical integration strategy includes a $130 million facility in North Carolina to open in 2014 and the continued recruitment of dietary supplement scientific and regulatory experts. The multilevel marketer also is deploying novel modes of product distribution across its markets.
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