USANA Rooftop Sparkles With Glittering Waves of Dark Blue Crystal

In the late summer of 2011, Dave Wentz, Jim Brown, Stan Brown and I sat around a table in Dave’s office that was piled with blueprints covered in plans and schematics. Sunlight drenched the giant pages as we picked slowly through one drawing…
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Go Green at #USANA13 and Benefit Those in Need

USANA is wrapping up more ways to go green, and we hope you will, too! Beginning at the 2013 International Convention, USANA Green will be partnering with the USANA True Health Foundation to introduce a nutrition bar wrapper-recycling…

USANA Green: Shrinking Our Carbon Footprint

The concept of “big shoes to fill” often brings to mind the names of great leaders and innovators. It is a compliment of the highest regard. But when it comes to the environment, bigger is not better. A large carbon footprint presents…

USANA Green: Packaging Provides Opportunities for Conservation

The boxes are brown. From all appearances, they’re just cardboard shipping boxes — same as every cardboard shipping box that hits your doorstep. They used to be white. They used to be bleached. They used to be bad for the environment. “At…

USANA Green: Protecting the Planet

Did you know making paper from raw materials uses 70 percent more energy than recycling? Learn more about the benefits of recycling in the fourth installment of our in-depth USANA Green series. The earth’s landfills are increasing at an…

USANA Green: Saving Water Never Looked So Beautiful

Spring comes in stages, replacing the yellow of winter with an optimistic new green one piece at a time. It starts with the grass, blade by blade accepting the new season. Then there’s the trumpet of leaves budding on trees, which, in their…