Recession...What Recession? Some Companies Are Seeing Triple Digit Growth

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With bad news cropping up almost daily here in America, companies are avoiding the negatives and the recession blues by staying relevant and effective. Two industries doing remarkably well involve renewable energy and health & wellness. These companies are offering specialized products such as Arctic Zero frozen dessert that is bringing consumers some much needed optimism and excitement in otherwise difficult times.

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New stores are being added on an almost daily basis

With news of severe downturns, job losses, inflation, and negative growth here in America; it would seem as though the situation is bleak. Regardless of the current situation, optimism and innovation continue to ring strong here in America. When times become arduous, companies and ideas float to the top. Companies dealing in renewable energy and health & wellness are bringing specialized and relevant products that Americans have waited to see for decades. Renewable energy through solar photovoltaic cells, wind generators, and fuel cell technologies are creating substantial growth and job creation. In the last few years alone, the growing photovoltaic industry has seen growth in excess of 60% per year as both American consumers and companies focus on the benefits of clean renewable energy.

Doing remarkably well, health & wellness has brought many new products to the forefront that affords guilt-free indulgence. A recent product called Arctic Zero has grown over 292% since the beginning of this year. This product targets Americans that enjoy ice cream products without the fear or detriment to mind, body, or soul. With 136 calories for an entire pint along with a host of other benefits, this product gives a literal “free pass” to those that want to enjoy a classic American comfort food. “New stores are being added on an almost daily basis” stated the founders behind Arctic Zero. Businesses across America could benefit from that type of movement and growth. Part of the reason for that growth resides from the calorie count but it is also highly attributable to the gluten free appeal and the main ingredient being whey protein. According to Packaged Facts, gluten free products are expected to hit double digit growth in the ensuing years and to reach sales of over $2.6 billion by 2012. But as we’ve seen from the growth patterns of these companies of the past, numbers will more than likely look better than worse for the years to come.


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