Fun Facts About USANA

1992 — Dr. Myron Wentz establishes USANA Health Sciences.

1996 — USANA’s corporate headquarters are built. After a number of additions, it is an 80,000 square-foot facility.

1996 — USANA opens for business in Canada and kicks off its ever-growing international expansion.

1996 — USANA’s name is on the ticker tape with its official listing on the NASDAQ National Market System (USNA). The company now trades on the New York Stock Exchange.

1998 — USANA expands into Australia and New Zealand. This requires TGA approval and meeting pharmaceutical-based Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). This is USANA’s first outside audit and manufacturing certification.

1998 — Annual sales surpass $100 million.

1999 — USANA launches in Hong Kong. This is the company’s introduction to the Asian markets.

1999Team USANA is born when USANA sponsors its first athletes, the U.S. and Canadian speed skating teams. It also starts the Athlete Guarantee Program.

2001 — The Independent Distributor Council (IDC), a council where elected Associates work with the management team to make USANA better, is re-established.

2002Olivol®, a key ingredient in Mega Antioxidant, is patented in the United States; the patent was submitted by USANA scientists Dr. John Cuomo and Dr. Alexander Rabovsky.

2002 — USANA begins charitable giving with Children’s Hunger Fund.

2004Sensé™ is re-launched with patented Self-Preserving Technology.

2006 — Team USANA expands when USANA becomes the Official Health Supplement Supplier of the Women’s Tennis Association.

2007MyHealthPak™, the leader in personalized supplementation, is launched.

2008Rev3 Energy® drink, USANA’s low-glycemic energy solution, hits the streets.

2009Forbes.com names Dave Wentz one of “America’s 20 Most Powerful CEOs 40 and Under.”

2009Million Dollar Club, USANA’s group of Associates who have earned at least $1 million USD in commissions*, grows to more than 130 Associates. In 2012, that number has grown to close nearly 200 members.

2010 — USANA expands into China, making the company one of only 25 direct-selling companies legally operating in that country.

2011The Healthy Home, by Dr. Wentz and Dave Wentz is published and hits The New York Times best-seller list.

2012 — USANA is voted one of Outside Magazine’s “50 Best Places to Work” for the fourth year in a row.

2012 — Building on previous charitable efforts, USANA creates the USANA True Health Foundation, a worldwide nonprofit organization.

2012 — USANA hits the refresh button, introducing to the world a new look, new tagline and new brand promise.

2012 — USANA announces expansion into three new markets: France, Belgium, and Thailand.

2013 — USANA earns top honor from ConsumerLab.com customer satisfaction survey.

2013 — USANA named NutriSearch Editor’s Choice for third time.

2013 — The Colombia office opens, marking USANA’s 19th market worldwide.

2013 — USANA announces plans to build a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in China.

2014 — Team USANA brings home 30 medals — including 13 gold — from Sochi.

2014 — USANA pays out $2.5 billion US in commissions in its 22-year existence.

2014 — USANA launches its eBusiness Transformation — a complete overhaul of digital tools.

2015 — USANA becomes a trusted partner and sponsor of The Dr. Oz Show.

2015 — MySmartFoods shakes and bars are introduced.

2015 — USANA officially opens for business in Indonesia, the company’s 20th market.

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