Pleasant Grove, Utah (PRWEB) December 05, 2014
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation (OTCBB: FVRG), a leading direct marketing company and provider of health-centered products, announced today that November 2014 revenue exceeded November 2013 sales by more than 190%.
“Last year the company saw a decline in sales from October to November. We are pleased to report November 2014 revenues stayed consistent with last month, again exceeding $ 5.8 million. The company remains on track to report a new record in quarterly sales and expects to finish the year within the guidelines of the most recent guidance of $ 56-60 million. We have had a tremendous year of growth and expect to see that growth continue during 2015. We expect to issue 2015 guidance shortly, but preliminary projections are indicating revenue growth for next year to exceed 50%. Along with the growth in number of new members and new logistical delivery solutions, as well as new products, we believe ForeverGreen will continue to have a positive impact all over the world,” said Jack Eldridge, CFO.
ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation develops, manufactures and distributes an expansive line of all natural whole foods and products to North America, Australia, Europe, Asia and South America, including their new global offerings, PowerStrips, SolarStrips and BeautyStrips. They also offer Azul and FrequenSea(TM), whole-food beverages with industry exclusive marine phytoplankton, the Versativa line of hemp-based whole-food products, immune support and weight management products, Pulse-8 powdered L-arginine formula, TRUessence(TM) Essential Oils and Apothecary, 24Karat Chocolate(R) and an entire catalog of meals, snacks, household cleaners and personal care products.
This press release contains certain forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that certain statements in this release are “forward-looking statements” and involve both known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors. Such uncertainties include, among others, certain risks associated with the operation of the company described above. The company’s actual results could differ materially from expected results.