Herbalife Pitches Meal Replacements As Low-Cost Option In Tight Economy
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Multi-level marketer Herbalife says the tough economy provides its distributors an opportunity to sell its meal replacement products outside of its traditional monthly sales model as cheaper, healthier alternatives to fast food
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