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Despite Transitory Headwinds in Europe, Hain Celestial's Long-Term Opportunities Look Promising

Rebecca Scheuneman, CFA Senior Equity Analyst

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Hain Celestial was arguably ahead of its time when it was established in 1993 as a pure-play consumer product company in the natural and organics space. But a long string of acquisitions resulted in a complex company that operated in disparate categories, spreading resources thin. Hain's brand investments were dwarfed by those of its peers, resulting in labels with minimal consumer awareness and innovations that fell flat.

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Hain Celestial makes better-for-you natural and organic food and personal-care products. Some of the company’s most recognized U.S. brands (55% of fiscal 2022 sales) are Celestial Seasonings, Terra, Garden of Eatin’, Sensible Portions, Greek Gods yogurt, and Earth’s Best baby food. Hain also maintains several market-leading brands in the U.K. (26% of sales), such as Ella’s Kitchen baby food, New Covent Garden soup, Linda McCartney's plant-based meats, Sun-Pat nut butters, and Hartley's jams and gelatins. Its products can be found in traditional grocery stores, natural foods supermarkets, specialty health stores, mass-market retailers, club warehouses, drugstores, convenience stores, restaurants, and e-commerce sites.

1111 Marcus Avenue, Lake Success
New York, NY, 11042
T +1 516 587-5000
Industry Packaged Foods
Most Recent Earnings Jun 30, 2022
Fiscal Year End Jun 30, 2023
Employees 3,078

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