Shaklee Receives Direct Sales License in China

PLEASANTON, Calif., Mar 26, 2007 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Shaklee Corporation, a leading natural nutrition company in the U.S., is pleased to announce that its application for a license to engage in Direct Selling in China was approved by the country's Ministry of Commerce on March 23, 2007.

Shaklee Chairman and CEO Roger Barnett commented, "We are delighted that Shaklee is one of the first US companies approved under China's new Direct Selling regulations, and express our gratitude to the Chinese government for this opportunity and vote of confidence. We are excited about bringing our 50 years of research and development to bring the best natural health products to the Chinese people."

Shaklee (China) Ltd. Chairman John Holden added: "We are delighted to be able to provide health and income opportunities to the Chinese people. We will work hard to ensure that as many Chinese consumers as possible will be able to enjoy high quality Shaklee products."

For additional information regarding Shaklee China, please visit www.shaklee.con or contact: 001-86-10-6782-8698.

About Shaklee Corporation
For 50 years, Shaklee has been a leading provider of premium quality, natural nutrition and personal care products, environmentally-friendly household products, and state-of-the-art air and water treatment systems. In 2000, Shaklee became the first company in the world to obtain Climate Neutral(TM) certification and totally offset its CO2 emissions, resulting in a net zero impact on the environment. With a robust product portfolio, including over 45 patents and patents pending worldwide, Shaklee has more than 750,000 members and distributors worldwide and operates in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan and China. For more information about Shaklee, visit or in China:

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