USANA Looks Inside US, Outside Nutrition Sector For Growth Drivers, Acquiring Oolah, Rise Bar
USANA also signals its turning outside nutritional products sector for potential growth driver. One of two firms it’s acquiring, Oola Life Inc., also provides life coach services directly to customers as well as nutritional supplements.
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