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USANA not selling

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Unity Acquisition Corp.'s tender offer of $28 per share of USANA Health Science's stock is "inadequate and not in the best interests of USANA's shareholders," the Salt Lake City-based firm announces July 3. USANA says the special committee of its board of directors "unanimously" determined the firm should reject Unity Acquisition's offer. This is not the first tender offer USANA has received. In May, Gull Holdings offered to acquire USANA's outstanding shares for $26 per share (1"The Tan Sheet" May 26, 2008, In Brief)...

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