In this video, Foolish analyst Brendan Byrnes interviews Hain Celestial founder Irwin Simon about his business strategy and philosophy. In a word: grow. Grow by expanding your product lines. Grow by acquisition. Grow by entering new markets. In the health-food business, Simon believes bigger is better, and he details how he's done that at Hain Celestial.
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