Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
HUMAN ("Helping Unite Mankind and Nutrition"), America’s fastest-growing healthy foods distribution platform, has announced its ranking as number seven on Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Fastest Growing Private Companies” list with a three-year sales growth of 514% from 2010-2012.
Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Fastest Growing Private Companies” list represents a comprehensive look at Los Angeles’ independent entrepreneur community. Companies such as Fuhu, I.T. Source Corp. and Babyhaven.com have also gained exposure as fastest-growing private companies in Los Angeles.
HUMAN is the only company on the list whose primary business is healthy foods distribution.
“I am thrilled that HUMAN has made the Los Angeles Business Journal’s ‘Fastest Growing Private Companies’ list,” said Sean Kelly, HUMAN’s CEO and Co-Founder. “We have built this business in LA from one employee to over 30. It’s exciting to think about the growth we’ll experience in the next few years.”
Earlier this year, HUMAN ranked #168 on Inc. Magazine’s “Inc. 500 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America” with a three-year sales growth of 2,378%.
In the past few years, HUMAN has brought on more than 100 healthy vending franchisees and placed nearly 2,000 healthy vending machines and healthy micro-markets at schools, YMCAs, hospitals, offices, gyms, community centers and government locations around the globe.
HUMAN (“Helping Unite Mankind And Nutrition”) is America’s fastest-growing healthy foods distribution platform. Via healthy vending machines, healthy micro-markets, and other innovative automated retail technologies, HUMAN delivers on its vision to make healthy food more convenient than junk food. The HUMAN Healthy platform can be found in over 2,000 schools, offices, hospitals, health clubs, YMCAs, and other locations in over 40 U.S. states, Canada, and Puerto Rico. The “better-for-you” platform delivers a wide variety of healthy snacks, fresh produce, coffees, and locally-sourced foods. In addition to providing healthful food options, HUMAN healthy storefronts provide nutrition education via high-definition LCD screens that display streaming videos and other digital content.
HUMAN has been ranked by Inc. Magazine as the #168th Fastest Growing Private Company in America, by Entrepreneur as one of its “Top 100 Brilliant Companies” and by Forbes as one of “America’s Most Promising Companies” (two years in a row).
HUMAN donates 10% of profits to charities that fight the causes of childhood obesity and malnutrition, with a predominate recipient of those funds being HUMAN’s non-profit arm, HUMAN Everywhere.