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November 16, 1993
Levlad Inc., a Chatsworth manufacturer of skin- and hair-care products, has agreed to merge with Naturade Inc., a Paramount-based maker of vitamins, nutritional supplements and skin- and hair-care products. Terms of the proposed transaction have not been finalized, but it will take the form of a non-taxable stock swap, Levlad said. After the merger, Levlad and Naturade Products would operate as wholly owned subsidiaries of Naturade Inc.
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December 2, 2004 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
Harvest Partners Inc., a New York-based private-equity company, said it had purchased Levlad Inc., a maker of natural and organic personal care products. Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed. Levlad is based in Chatsworth. Included in the purchase is Levlad subsidiary Arbonne International Inc. Harvest Partners plans to expand Arbonne's distribution network of independent consultants in the U.S. and Canada, through which it sells its brand of more than 250 health and beauty products.
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December 2, 2004 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
Harvest Partners Inc., a New York-based private-equity company, said it had purchased Levlad Inc., a maker of natural and organic personal care products. Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed. Levlad is based in Chatsworth. Included in the purchase is Levlad subsidiary Arbonne International Inc. Harvest Partners plans to expand Arbonne's distribution network of independent consultants in the U.S. and Canada, through which it sells its brand of more than 250 health and beauty products.
BUSINESS
November 16, 1993
Levlad Inc., a Chatsworth manufacturer of skin- and hair-care products, has agreed to merge with Naturade Inc., a Paramount-based maker of vitamins, nutritional supplements and skin- and hair-care products. Terms of the proposed transaction have not been finalized, but it will take the form of a non-taxable stock swap, Levlad said. After the merger, Levlad and Naturade Products would operate as wholly owned subsidiaries of Naturade Inc.
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