Hain Celestial Canada: Official Supplier at 2010 Winter Games
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Vancouver 2010 will be the first-ever Games to offer a mainly organic flavour. Hain Celestial Canada is the Official Supplier of natural and organic packaged grocery products for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games - this was announced by the Vancouver Organizing Committee.
Hain Celestial Canada has received exclusive Official Supplier sponsorship rights in the natural and organic packaged grocery products category. The agreement also includes sponsorship rights for the Canadian Olympic team for Beijing 2008, Vancouver 2010 and London 2012. The agreement enables Hain Celestial Canada to use the 2010 Winter Games marks for promotional purposes.
Hain Celestial Canada was delighted to be officially involved with an sport event that complemented their values and brought worldwide attention to Canada, said Beena Goldenberg, General Manager of Hain Celestial Canada. Beena Goldenberg continued that they were dedicated to the spirit of the Games and to providing "A Healthy Way of Life™".
The company’s natural and organic food products were well known around the world, according to John Furlong, VANOC Chief Executive Officer. As a leader in using organic ingredients and recyclable packaging, Hain Celestial and VANOC shared a common commitment to minimizing their environmental impact.
The Hain Celestial Group is a leading natural and organic food company in North America and Europe. Hain Celestial Canada participates in several natural food categories including brands such as Terra Chips, Garden of Eatin', Earth's Best, Casbah, Imagine, Yves Veggie Cuisine, and Spectrum.
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