What is the Future of USANA?

USANA Quarterly Meeting

It’s standing-room-only in USANA’s gymnasium as the temporarily carpeted basketball court plays host to the company’s quarterly meeting.

Hundreds of USANA employees are gathered to receive updates from top executives, recognize successes of their peers and ask CEO Dave Wentz questions about their company.

Similar gatherings take place every three months, and these meetings are often recorded and distributed internationally to USANA’s other 18 markets.

USANA Building 2

The USANA Health Sciences corporate office.

It’s likely a far cry from USANA’s early days.

I’m going on six years at USANA — honestly, a speck in time compared to others who have worked here for 10, 15, and even 20+ years — and I’m amazed at how much the company’s grown and evolved.

Off the top of my head, here are just a few things I probably pondered during my first few days at USANA in December 2007 (and when they came to be in parentheses):

  • Wouldn’t it be great if there were a healthy alternative to crash-and-burn energy drinks? (August 2008)
  • Man, I wish USANA had a Facebook page. (March 2008)
  • Entire departments on the fourth floor? No way. (December 2012)
  • I bet the Philippines would love USANA. (January 2009)
  • Outside magazine should consider this a great place to work (2009 … and 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

Those are just a few then-and-now moments from my personal experience. It provides a superficial snapshot as to how much USANA’s grown over the years.

Of course, this video, does a much better — and more comprehensive — job of chronicling the company’s evolution.


If you’re unable to view the video, please visit the USANA YouTube channel

Looking for more visuals? Here’s a timeline with several key moments — and amazing photos! — in USANA’s history.

And this, from our friends in Creative Services:

USANA Evolution - Future

Here’s a video from someone who knows a thing or two about USANA, and who has watched it grow into the company it is today.


If you’re unable to view the video, please visit the USANA YouTube channel

That video, incidentally, was part of an expansive What’s Up, USANA? multimedia blog series. You might remember USANA @ 20. If not, check out this blog post featuring a table of contents for many of the company’s difference-makers from the last 20 years.

Finally, this video, which is far and away USANA’s most popular YouTube video of all time, also provides a clear look at what USANA is and what it stands for. Plus, it gets your heart pumping.


If you’re unable to view the video, please visit the USANA YouTube channel

The Future

What does the future hold for USANA? It’s anyone’s guess, but the smart money appears to be on continued success. What do you think? Feel free to have a little fun and share your predictions for the coming years in the comments.

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7 replies
  1. Linda Memmesheimer
    Linda Memmesheimer says:

    I would love to see Usana sponsor a radio show-a daily healthy news and information program available, with lots of interviews. I know a great doc who has been doing health radio for over 20 years who would make a fantastic host.

  2. CatherineD. Santos
    CatherineD. Santos says:

    Hi I just joined USANA one month ago and I guess soon I will be also successful as what the Directors are experiencing now I must have to work on it esp the PPS or downlines for the starters I have invitedsome but they still not finalizing their decisions hoping they will soon so I can start to earn even small bonuses at the start Thank you and Wish me luck on my future!

    • Tim Haran
      Tim Haran says:

      Hi Simon,
      It looks like the results are categorized by region, with the UK being part of the “North America / Europe” results. The best bet is to probably shoot our Investor Relations folks an email for additional information. [email protected]



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