ForeverGreen Continues to Reduce Costs, Streamline Operations

ForeverGreen Implements Growth Strategies with Global Envelope Model & Velocity Shipping

LINDON, UtahAugust 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

ForeverGreen™ Worldwide Corporation (OTCBB: FVRG), a global direct marketing company and provider of health and wellness products, continues to reduce costs to streamline its operations and ultimately create shareholder value. Growth strategies identified and executed include improved shipping methods, new developments and product offerings.

“It’s a new day at ForeverGreen,” said CEO Rick Redford. “As we closed the books on the first six months and filed our quarterly results, ForeverGreen’s business operations are now starting to see improvement in our markets and overall business model.”

ForeverGreen’s global envelope model, called FGXpress, has broadened to include new product offerings packaged together at discounted rates and new product development. Additionally, an expeditated delivery option with the company’s new shipping method called, Velocity Shipping, has been introduced for expansion to the global market. This service is currently in select international markets and offers trackable orders, decreasing the number of lost and replacement shipments, and increasing profitability with faster delivery as quickly as two (2) to five (5) business days.

“The ForeverGreen Executive Team has worked with logistics partners to arrange for faster, trackable service to many of our international markets,” said COO, Chris Patterson. “This optional service – we call Velocity – is for our Members to dramatically increase the speed of which they can recruit and build their organizations, resulting in substantial increases in new Member and customer growth.”

ForeverGreen is committed to constantly examining each international market to ensure the most cost-effective and efficient shipping methods for its Members worldwide. The company is pursuing adding new products to its FGXpress product line to achieve profitability through improved technological efforts and streamlined efficiencies in combination with its plans for growth. These strategies are believed to improve profitability for the company and subsequently increase value to its shareholders.