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Hain Celestial chief appears on 'Mad Money'

Hain Celestial chief executive Irwin Simon in his

Hain Celestial chief executive Irwin Simon in his Melville headquarters. (Oct. 5, 2009) (Credit: Howard Schnapp, 2009)

Hain Celestial Group Inc.’s chief got another chance to highlight the company’s second-quarter earnings successes and plug Hain’s Super Bowl fare Thursday night on Jim Cramer’s “Mad Money” on CNBC.

Irwin Simon, founder and chief executive of the Melville-based natural and organic products company, showed off Hain’s Super Bowl fare: organic tortilla chips, all-natural Terra chips and its antibiotic-free and organic chicken wings.

And Hain’s Greek Gods Yogurt is becoming even more popular, he said. “More and more consumers will eat yogurt in the morning and replace cereal,” Simon said.

Photo: Hain Celestial chief executive Irwin Simon in his Melville headquarters on Oct. 5, 2009.

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