Is Herbalife banned in any country?

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Is Herbalife banned in any country?

Herbalife has never been banned from operating in any country or territory. Consumers in more than 90 countries around the world choose Herbalife products to meet their nutritional needs and achieve their wellness-oriented goals. Visit here for a full list of the territories and countries in which Herbalife operates.

As the global leader in nutrition, Herbalife is committed to bringing high-quality, great-tasting, science-backed products to consumers around the world through our global network of independent distributors. Not every country supports an independent distributor model, and so Herbalife is not registered to operate in every country.

Because of our global reach, we also feel the call to build a better world, which we hope to achieve through our Global Responsibility strategy. Each and every person deserves access to nutritious, healthy food; the right to economic empowerment; and clean water and air. We hope to achieve just that through the work of the Nutrition for Zero Hunger campaign.

The Herbalife Nutrition Foundation (HNF) is a global non-profit foundation dedicated to improving the lives of children and communities around the world. HNF is a public charity, not a subsidiary or affiliate of Herbalife. HNF chooses to join Herbalife in some charitable initiatives. Focusing on making nutrition and nutrition education more accessible and support for communities, HNF is working with local and global organizations to help provide nourishment to communities.