Melaleuca appeared on the Inc. 500 list of the fastest growing privately held companies in America for five consecutive years, a feat accomplished by only 2 percent of companies. Melaleuca is one of an even smaller number of companies to maintain an "A" profit rating each of these five years.
In 2008, the Better Business Bureau presents Melaleuca with the BBB Torch Award for its example of ethics and integrity in dealing with customers, employees and the community.
In 2007, the Salvation Army awards Melaleuca the Others Award, its highest National honor, for the company's efforts to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.
In 2004, Melaleuca was one of 15 organizations recognized nationally by the American Psychological Association with a "Best Practices Honor" for efforts to foster Family Support in the workplace.
In 2001, Ernst & Young, one of the nation's largest accounting firms, awarded Frank VanderSloot the Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the Northwestern United States. Past recipients have included Amazon.com, eBay, Southwest Airlines, and Enterprise Rent-a-Car.
In 1991, the United States Chamber of Commerce honored Melaleuca by presenting it the Blue Chip Enterprise Award. Melaleuca was singled out because of its ability to succeed in the face of tremendous economic challenges.
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While business was initially conducted only in the United States and Canada, Melaleuca gradually expanded its markets internationally, with operations now running in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, China, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, the Netherlands, the Bahamas, and Malaysia.
Melaleuca has achieved 27 record setting years, grossing over $1 billion in annual sales.