News Stories

Melaleuca dumps old vitamins for newer formula

Approximately 15 tons of vitamins poured and piled into twelve dump trucks, not because they’re defective, just ineffective.

More jobs could be coming to Eastern Idaho

There is some good news in today’s economy, more jobs could be coming to Eastern Idaho.

Melaleuca expands: New distribution center

Another new facility will be open within the next six months and that will supply even more jobs.

Melaleuca expands

“Our products are in great demand and we’re growing like crazy and we think we have a bright future and we’re grateful for that,” says Frank Vandersloot, CEO of Melaleuca.

Idaho-based company Melaleuca to bring more jobs to Knoxville

“Knoxville has been a great partner to us and we look forward to servicing our customers worldwide with this awesome distribution center,” he said.

Melaleuca flourishes despite tough economy

Even with a down economy, Melaleuca employees were treated very well today. The 24th annual Melaleuca picnic was held at the Riverbend Ranch.

Despite tough economy, Melaleuca flourishes

In a story you’ll only see on 3, Frank VanderSloot explains how his company still stays on top.

Melaleuca breaks ground for new manufacturing facility

One of the area’s largest employers is taking advantage of the down economy and using it to expand operations south of Idaho Falls.

Melaleuca CEO says revenues, sales force on rise

“More people are interested in some fallback income, some secondary income,” VanderSloot said

Taiwanese visitors see snow for the first time

“One out of every 42 homes in Taiwan is a Melaleuca preferred customer and that means they buy from us every single month,” says Vandersloot.

Melaleuca up $28-million in sales

“This has been a great history for us to be here and we believe in the future of Idaho Falls,” says Frank Vandersloot, CEO of Melaleuca.

Frank VanderSloot: From Rags to Riches

Most Eastern Idahoans recognize him from Melaleuca or the big Independence Day fireworks program held every year in Idaho Falls.