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Atrium integrates Trophic Canada

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

With its integration of Trophic Canada completed in the second quarter, Atrium Innovations reports 17.3 percent revenue growth to $85.2 million. Atrium bought Trophic for $11 million to bolster its Canadian operations through the Trophic and Wild Rose supplement brands (1"The Tan Sheet" April 12, 2010, In Brief). The 2009 Garden of Life acquisition also boosted sales and Atrium CEO Pierre Fitzgibbon said in an Aug. 12 release the Quebec City firm still is assessing "multiple opportunities for acquisitions." Atrium's net earnings grew 11.4 percent to $12.5 million in the three months ended June 30, and diluted net earnings per share increased to 38 cents from 34 cents

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