133,000 underserved children receive essential nutrients


For every box of Meology™ Kids by Shaklee sold, a child in need receives life-changing nutritional support, thanks to Shaklee’s partnership with Vitamin Angels

PLEASANTON, Calif., August 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Shaklee, a leading wellness company, today announced that it has reached more than 133,000 at-risk children through its partnership with Vitamin Angels. With every pack of Meology Kids All-in-One Vitamin Gummy sold, Shaklee provides essential nutrients and access to nutritional health to children in at-risk communities around the world. In addition to the impact of Meology Kids shopping online or through one of Shaklee’s more than 2 million Ambassadors, the organization offers its online shoppers the opportunity to complete their cart at checkout in support of children. with this vital nutrition.

“With soaring food prices, undernourishment is a growing and often overlooked problem in the United States,” said Roger BarnetPresident and CEO, Shaklee Company. “Our work with Vitamin Angels helps ensure children get the nutrients they would otherwise miss in their diets, all of which are essential for healthy growth and development.”

The Shaklee-Vitamin Angels partnership is a key pillar of Shaklee Cares, a foundation that continues the company’s mission to bring true wellness to the world by investing in nutritional and environmental health for the next generation. Since its inception in 1992, Shaklee Cares has:

  • Reaches over 133,000 children with essential nutrients
  • Helped 150,000 families in need during natural disasters
  • given more than $3 million in Shaklee products
  • Provided $650,000+ in Family Grants

Since Shaklee was founded more than 65 years ago, the vitamin and nutrition company has quietly led the way in supporting a positive impact on the world. To learn more about Shaklee and its charitable initiatives, visit: https://us.shaklee.com/shakleecares.

About Shaklee

Shaklee is a leading wellness company founded by Dr. Shaklee, who invented the first multivitamin in the United States over 100 years ago. As a pioneer in sustainability, Shaklee was the first company in the world to fully offset its carbon emissions and have a net zero impact on our planet. Shaklee products are backed by more than 110 published clinical studies proving their safety and effectiveness and are marketed by more than 2 million micro-influencers worldwide. North America and Asia. With a comprehensive wellness portfolio, Shaklee is committed to providing consumers with the products and support they need to live healthier lives. For more information, visit us.shaklee.com, follow @shakleehq on Instagram or like us on Facebook.

About Roger Barnet

Roger Barnet is the President and CEO of Shaklee Corporation, the first company in the world to be certified carbon neutral. A graduate of Yale College, Yale Law School and Harvard Business School, Roger has spent most of his career as an impact investor. In 2004, he acquired control of Shaklee, the pioneer of nutritional supplements, and has since transformed this once analog company into a digital powerhouse with a network of 2 million ambassadors around the world. He was selected as a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum and is a member of the Harvard and Yale Schools of Public Health Leadership Councils, the University Council of Yale Universityand the Yale University Presidential Council on International Activities.

About Vitamin Angels

Vitamin Angels is a global public health nutrition organization that provides evidence-based nutrition interventions to underserved pregnant women and children under five in the United States and around the world. In 2020, Vitamin Angels reached 60 million women and children in 65 countries, including the United States. Charity Navigator and GuideStar give Vitamin Angels top marks for financial transparency. To learn more, visit www.vitaminangels.org.

SOURCE Shaklee Corporation

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