OREM, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation (OTCBB:FVRG), a leading provider of nutritional foods and other healthy products, today announced that sales are continuing to flourish. Sales for July 2013 increased to in excess of $1.44 million compared to $1.04 million during July 2012, an increase of 38.1%. Sequentially, sales increased 12.3% compared to June 2013.
Ron Williams, CEO, explained, “We are satisfied with our revenue results, but are looking forward to accelerating our pace of growth in the coming months. Historically, July is a slow month for ForeverGreen. Seeing a strong upward trend and our best sales month of the year bodes very well for the future. We continue to track favorably with our previously announced revenue and earnings guidance. We believe that sales and earnings should escalate at a far higher rate once summer is over. Our leadership summit in late August sold out in record time and we look forward to this being a strong kickoff toward a much higher revenue level.”
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation develops, manufactures and distributes an expansive line of all natural whole foods and products to North America, Australia, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa. Offerings include their new global offering, PowerStrips. Additionally, they offer Azul and FrequenSea™ whole-food beverages with industry exclusive Marine Phytoplankton, Versativa line of hemp-based whole-food products, A.I.M. Transfer Factor immune support, 03World™ weight management products, Pulse-8 powdered L-arginine formula, TRUessence™ Essential Oils and Apothecary, 24Karat Chocolate®, and an entire catalog of meals, snacks, household cleaners and personal care products. www.forevergreen.org
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