Guangdong-headquartered direct-selling firm Infinitus has invested RMB$8m (US$1.13m) in upgrading one of its testing centres that covers health foods, food products, cosmetics, and personal care products testing.
South Korean direct-selling company Atomy, which sells health supplements, personal care and household items, is on an expansion spree and is set to enter New Zealand in March, and later in Turkey and the UK.
Herbalife India is aiming to implement a three-pronged approach to its business in the country: supplements for daily nutrition requirements, macronutrients for millennials, and nutrition for professional athletes.
China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) and the Ministry of Commerce summoned all 91 direct-selling firms operating in China to a meeting as part of the “100-day operation” to clean up the health food market.
Network marketing company Nature's Sunshine posted strong revenue growth in its third quarter by starting to capitalize on its long-awaited entry into the Chinese market, and putting a software problem to bed.