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Natural Alternatives

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San Marcos, Calif.-based supplement firm's net sales increased 45% to $23.3 mil. in the fiscal fourth quarter (ended June 30). For the year, net sales totalled $78.5 mil., up 40%, and income jumped to $3 mil, up 171%. Year-end results for the fiscal year included a 50% increase in private label contract manufacturing sales. Natural Alternatives "invested heavily" in facilities and equipment in fiscal 2004 and "will continue those investments in fiscal 2005," according to President Randell Weaver...

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