Schiff Nutrition International, Inc. to Change its NYSE Ticker Symbol to SHF

Schiff Nutrition International, Inc., (NYSE: WNI) is scheduled to change its NYSE ticker symbol and, effective June 11, the stock will begin trading under the symbol SHF.

“Schiff has been nourishing life through nature and science for over 75 years,” stated company CEO Tarang Amin. “We are focused on building premium brands and leading innovation in heart health, joint care, immune support, digestive health and other key nutritional supplement conditions. We are excited to begin trading under a new ticker symbol NYSE: SHF that more closely reflects our company name.”

The company was first listed on the New York Stock exchange in 1997 as Weider Nutrition International (NYSE: WNI). In 2005, the company changed its name to Schiff Nutrition International.

About Schiff Nutrition

Schiff Nutrition International, Inc. is a leading nutritional supplement company offering vitamins, nutritional supplements and nutrition bars in the United States and abroad. Schiff’s portfolio of well-known brands includes Move Free®, MegaRed®,Airborne®, Tiger's Milk®, Sustenex®, Digestive Advantage® and Schiff® Vitamins. Focused on quality for 75 years, Schiff’s headquarters and award-winning manufacturing and distribution facility are based in Salt Lake City, Utah. To learn more about Schiff, please visit the web site www.schiffnutrition.com.

Contacts:

Schiff Nutrition Contact:
Joseph W. Baty, CFO, 801-975-5186
joeb@schiffnutrition.com
www.schiffnutrition.com
or
IR Agency Contact:
LHA
Kirsten Chapman, 415-433-3777
Becky Herrick, 415-433-3777
bherrick@lhai.com
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