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Herbalife Nutrition Chairman and CEO, John Agwunobi, to Present at The Council for Responsible Nutrition’s (CRN) Annual Symposium

Premier global nutrition company, Herbalife Nutrition, announced today its Chairman and CEO, John Agwunobi, has been invited to speak at the Council for Responsible Nutrition’s (CRN), 2022 Now, New, Next annual supplement industry symposium in Phoenix, Arizona, on October 12. In a fireside chat, Agwunobi will discuss the role of dietary supplements in preventative nutrition, industry regulation, and the Company’s commitment to eliminating hunger and improving access to good nutrition around the world.

Now, New, Next invites dietary supplement and functional food industry leaders to be part of the conversation on the latest science, challenges the nutrition industry is currently facing, insights for identifying and optimizing what’s new, and preparing for what’s to come. CRN is the leading trade association representing dietary supplement and functional food manufacturers and ingredient suppliers. CRN member companies produce a large portion of the dietary supplements marketed in the United States and globally.

“Good nutrition is the foundation for healthy lifestyles, and nutritional supplements have an important role to play,” said John Agwunobi, Chairman and CEO, Herbalife Nutrition. “As an industry, we must remain committed to the highest quality standards for all our product offerings and work together to unlock critical opportunities to improve the world through purposeful initiatives, education, innovation and technology.”

Now, New, Next will also highlight the CRN Foundation’s new multi-year initiative, #Act4Access, aimed to improve nutrition and health by increasing access to both dietary supplement products and to information about the connections between supplements/functional food and better nutrition and health. The program aims to elevate the importance of vitamin supplementation, with evidence showing that nearly one-third of the U.S. population is at risk of deficiency in at least one vitamin or nutrient.

#Act4Access runs from June through September and is aligned with Herbalife Nutrition’s ongoing global initiative, Nutrition for Zero Hunger, committed to eradicating hunger and tackling food insecurity around the world.

Herbalife Nutrition has been a corporate board member of the Council for Responsible Nutrition for 25 years. Mike Yatcilla, senior vice president of R&D, at Herbalife Nutrition currently sits on CRN’s Board of Directors.

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About Herbalife Nutrition Ltd.

Herbalife Nutrition (NYSE: HLF) is a global company that has been changing people’s lives with great nutrition products and a business opportunity for its independent distributors since 1980. The Company offers science-backed products to consumers in 95 markets through entrepreneurial distributors who provide one-on-one coaching and a supportive community that inspires their customers to embrace a healthier, more active lifestyle. Through the Company’s commitment to nourish people, communities and planet, Herbalife Nutrition pledges to achieve 50 million positive impacts – tangible acts of good – by 2030, its 50th anniversary.

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About Nutrition for Zero Hunger

Through Nutrition for Zero Hunger, Herbalife Nutrition is helping tackle rising global hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition. As a leader in the nutrition industry, we are committed to addressing this need through combined efforts for access to healthy nutrition and nutrition education. Nutrition for Zero Hunger aligns with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 2, which calls for bold action to end malnutrition in all its forms by 2030, as well as solutions to end global hunger and improve nutrition worldwide. The initiative addresses global hunger, food security and malnutrition through key commitments to ensure greater access, education and empowerment of healthy nutrition worldwide.


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