Hain Celestial Group

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The Hain Celestial Group
Type Public
Industry Natural and organic foodstuffs, personal care products, and meat alternative products
Founded 1993
Headquarters Lake Success, New York, USA
Key people Irwin D. Simon, President and CEO
Revenue Increase$965 million USD (2009)
Employees 2,986 (2008 figure)
Website www.hain-celestial.com

The Hain Celestial Group is a food company whose main focus is natural and organic foods and personal care products. Their products range from herbal teas, offered through their Celestial Seasonings brand to organic free range chickens from the FreeBird brand. They also provide organic, whole grain foods through Arrowhead Mills. The company assumed its current form in May 2000 through the merger of the Hain Food Group with Celestial Seasonings, Inc.


The H. J. Heinz Company acquired 19.5% of the company in 1999,[1] but subsequently divested itself of all holdings in 2005.[2] On May 7, 2002, the company prior year periods had been restated by reclassifying promotional allowances and other sales incentives of $16.8 million in the third quarter of 2001.[3]


Natural Beverages[edit]

  1. Celestial Seasonings
  2. Mountain Sun
  3. Rice Dream
  4. Soy Dream
  5. Almond Dream
  6. WestSoy

Natural Foods & Snacks[edit]

  1. Arrowhead Mills
  2. Bearitos
  3. Boston's
  4. Breadshop
  5. Casbah
  6. DeBoles
  7. Earth's Best
  8. Ethnic Gourmet
  9. Garden of Eatin'
  10. Grains Noirs
  11. Hain Pure Foods
  12. Hain Pure Snax
  13. Harry's Premium Snacks
  14. Health Valley
  15. Hollywood
  16. Imagine Foods
  17. Lima
  18. Linda McCartney Foods
  19. Little Bear Snack Foods
  20. Milkfree - a sub-brand of Natumi
  21. Natumi
  22. Nile Spice
  23. Rosetto
  24. Sensible Portions
  25. Spectrum Essentials
  26. Spectrum Naturals
  27. Terra Chips
  28. The Greek Gods
  29. Walnut Acres Organic
  30. Westbrae Natural
  31. Yves Veggie Cuisine

Hain Pure Protein[edit]

  1. FreeBird


  1. ALBA - non-fat dry milk, shake, and hot cocoa products
  2. Estee - sugar-free and fructose-sweetened foods

Personal Care[edit]

  1. Alba Botanica
  2. Avalon Natural Products
  3. Batherapy
  4. Footherapy
  5. Heather's Naturals
  6. JASON Natural Cosmetics
  7. Orjene Organics
  8. Queen Helene
  9. Shaman Earthly Organics
  10. Zia Natural Skincare

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Heinz to Purchase Additional Equity in Hain Celestial to Restore Investment Level to 19.5 Percent
  2. ^ Howard, Philip H (Winter 2009). "Organic Industry Structure". Media-N: Journal of the New Media Caucus 5 (3). Retrieved 2012-01-02. "Heinz acquired a 19.5% stake in Hain Celestial in 1999 while also transferring ownership of their Earth's Best brand, but sold all of its Hain Celestial stock in 2005." 
  3. ^ "The Hain Celestial Group Reports Third Quarter Results.". 

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