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3 USANA Products Earn ConsumerLab.com Seal Of Approval
Date:5/1/2013

SALT LAKE CITY, May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Three popular USANA Health Sciences Inc. (NYSE: USNA) products have received ConsumerLab.com's distinguished seal of approval. Today, the global nutrition company announced that three products in its top-rated multivitamin line for adults, teenagers and children have been evaluated and approved by ConsumerLab.com LLC, a leading provider of independent product test results.

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In a recent review of multivitamin supplements, the following three USANA products passed ConsumerLab.com's stringent label testing:

  • USANA® The Essentials™ — Top-quality daily vitamin, mineral and antioxidant supplement for adults
  • USANA® Body Rox™ — Complete daily vitamin, mineral and antioxidant supplement for teenagers
  • USANA® Usanimals™ — Advanced formula daily vitamin, mineral and antioxidant supplement for children

"We are confident in our products. We know they contain exactly what is listed on the label, but it's essential to have third-party confirmation and approval," says Dan Macuga, USANA's chief communications officer. "We are pleased to see how well our products have performed in independent testing from reputable third-party organizations such as ConsumerLab.com."

During this review, USANA® The Essentials™, Body Rox™ and
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