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Herbalife Raises 2021 Outlook As Largest Markets See Double-Digit Growth In Q1

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Herbalife Nutrition's North American, Asia Pacific and EMEA regions recorded sales growth in excess of 20% each in the first quarter, as sales of energy, sports and fitness products soared 34%. The Los Angeles-based MLM company raised its full-year guidance accordingly, projecting net sales gains of 9% to 15%.

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