Hain Celestial Announces New Global Headquarters Location

The better-for-you food brand company is creating a hub in a city it believes shares its values.

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Hain Celestial moves global HQ location
Hain Celestial, which produces better-for-you food and beverage products, has chosen Hoboken, NJ, as its new global headquarters. Plans are to open in fall of this year.Image courtesy of Hain Celestial Group

Hain Celestial Group, a manufacturer of better-for-you brands, just announced the location of its new global headquarters — Hoboken, NJ. The company will be on the 12th floor of the Waterfront Corporate Center.

With Hoboken as the hub, Hain offices and manufacturing locations in the US, Canada, Europe, and other international locations will serve as the "spokes" for team members to come together and collaborate.

"Hain's hub and spoke work model enables broader team collaboration and greater connectivity as a global enterprise," said Wendy Davidson, chief executive officer at Hain Celestial Group. "It also provides us the ability to recruit the very best talent, regardless of where they are located."

Hoboken will also serve as the home of Hain's Innovation Experience Center, where team members, customers, and consumers will immerse themselves in Hain's products, explore consumer insights, and create innovative opportunities for the future. The company will continue to leverage R&D labs at its manufacturing facilities for more comprehensive product development and scale.

"Our headquarters decision is among the early actions we are taking to support our multiyear transformation strategy called "Hain Reimagined," which we will unveil at our Investor Day on September 13," added Davidson.

Hain expects to open the offices in fall 2023.

The company manufactures popular brands such as Celestial Seasonings, Garden of Eatin', Parm Crisps, Earth's Best, Sensible Portions, and Yves.

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