Healthient, Inc. Announces Ticker Symbol Change to SNAX

December 15, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Healthient, Inc., (OTCBB: SNAX) parent company of SnackHealthy, Inc., announced today that effective December 14, 2010, the company will begin trading under the new symbol SNAX on the OTC Bulletin Board. The change is in accordance with FINRA's recognition of the company's name change outlined in the 8K filed November 18th, 2010. All stock trading, filings and market related information will be reported under this new symbol.

Katherine West, Chief Executive Officer of Healthient stated, "We are pleased to be trading under the new symbol that more accurately reflects who we are as a company. There's never been a better time to enter the "better for you" segment of the snack industry. Despite the dampening effects of global recession, consumers are snacking more than ever, thanks to a reduction in restaurant dining, busy lifestyles that reduce opportunities for sit-down meals, and a growing consensus that several small meals or snacks during the day are actually healthier than three regular meals."

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About Healthient

The mission of Healthient is to make a positive change in people's lives by providing great tasting, nutritious products and a rewarding business opportunity. The company's wholly owned subsidiary SnackHealthy, Inc. was founded with the goal of helping the nation combat the growing epidemic of obesity by empowering people to eat right, live well and avoid "food mistakes", one snack at a time.

The company's healthy snack foods and functional beverages are sold through a direct sales model offering a fun and flexible business opportunity. There are roughly 15 million direct sellers in the U.S. - independent contractors who sell goods or services primarily through parties, home demonstrations and one-on-one interactions. In 2007, the most recent year available, the direct sales industry generated $30.8 billion in U.S. sales, according to the Direct Selling Association.

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- our relationship with, and our ability to influence the actions of, our brand partners;
- improper action by our employees or brand partners in violation of applicable law;
- adverse publicity associated with our products or network marketing organization;
- changing consumer preferences and demands;
- our reliance upon, or the loss or departure of any member of, our senior management team which could negatively impact our brand partner relations and operating results;
- the competitive nature of our business;
- regulatory matters governing our products, including potential governmental or regulatory actions concerning the safety or efficacy of our products, and network marketing program including the direct selling market in which we operate;
- third party legal challenges to our network marketing program;
- risks associated with operating internationally and the effect of economic factors, including foreign exchange, inflation, pricing and currency devaluation risks;
- uncertainties relating to the application of transfer pricing, duties, value added taxes, and other tax regulations, and changes thereto;
- our inability to obtain the necessary licenses to expand our direct selling business internationally;
- adverse changes in the economy, legal system or governmental policies
- our dependence on increased penetration of existing markets;
- contractual limitations on our ability to expand our business;
- our reliance on our information technology infrastructure and outside manufacturers;
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- product concentration;
- changes in tax laws, treaties or regulations, or their interpretation;
- taxation relating to our brand partners;
- product liability claims; and
- whether we will purchase any of our shares in the open markets or otherwise.
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