USANA Health Sciences Wins Two Utah Best of State Awards

SALT LAKE CITY, Apr 30, 2007 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- USANA Health Sciences, Inc. (USNA) will be recognized on May 19, 2007 with two Utah Best of State Awards. USANA will receive an award for the best dietary supplements in the state of Utah along with an award for best personal-care products.

Recognition for having the best dietary supplements in Utah is especially meaningful because of the numerous supplement manufacturers located in the state. According to the United Natural Products Alliance, Utah has more than 100 dietary supplement companies generating estimated revenues of $4.4 billion.

This is the fourth time USANA will accept a Best of State award for dietary supplements. The company also received Best of State awards for dietary supplement in 2003, 2004 and 2006. In addition, this year USANA will receive its first Best of State award for personal-care products. USANA's revolutionary Sense(TM) skin-care line is valued by customers for its nourishing ingredients and exclusive technologies including patent-pending self-preserving formulas.

"For 15 years now, we've been advancing the standards within our industry," said Dr. Tim Wood, USANA's executive vice president of research and development. "Our mission has always been to provide our customers the highest quality science-based nutritional and skin-care products possible, and it is gratifying to be independently recognized for excellence."

According to the Utah Best of State Awards Web site, the awards program was created to recognize outstanding individuals, organizations, and businesses in Utah. More information on the Utah Best of State awards can be found at

USANA develops and manufactures high-quality nutritionals, personal care, and weight management products that are sold directly to Preferred Customers and Associates throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. More information on USANA can be found at

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