lalu, buah noni ternyata sudah dipergunakan untuk meningkatkan
kesehatan khususnya oleh penduduk di daerah tropis. Hingga sekarang
ternyata khasiatnya masih banyak dipergunakan untuk berbagai kegunaan,
terutama untuk menyembuhkan penyakit.
adalah suatu merek yang produk-produknya berbahan dasar daun &
noni. Pemrosesannya dikerjakan dengan sangat teliti berdasarkan hasil
riset yang dapat dibuktikan.
Noni International (TNI)
merupakan perusahaan yang pertama kali memasarkan produk
dasar noni ke dunia, memiliki laboratorium serta tempat pemrosesan
terbesar, research center, memiliki teknologi tinggi yang dikhususkan
untuk mengolah tanaman noni.
sekarang riset-riset terus
dilakukan oleh banyak lembaga independen, rumah sakit, para
peneliti, dan Universitas di dunia. Khasiat Tahitian
Noni Juice sangat baik, dan telah terbukti dari penelitian
Noni International menjadi
satu-satunya perusahaan yang memegang gelar "The
Expert in Noni".
Perkembangannya tercatat dalam sejarah dunia bisnis global modern
Fastest Growing Company",
no.1 di dunia, dengan menguasai 95% pangsa pasar dunia.
unggulan TNI yakni Tahitian
Noni® telah diuji oleh
praktisi medis di dunia. Pada tahun 1996 peusahaan Tahitian
mulai berdiri dan membawa keajaiban dari tanaman noni kepada dunia,
menggabungkan peninggalan kuno dengan ilmu pengetahuan modern.
TNI hits new heights as 8,000 Independent Product
Consultants gather at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas to witness the launch
of an industry-changing product called HIRO™. Based on the
the noni fruit, HIRO comes in three benefit-driven varieties: Energy,
Mobility, and Vitality.
in press postings all across the U.S., and within three
weeks, more than one million cans are sold. As the product is rolled
out worldwide, millions more cans fly off the shelves and IPC
businesses explode. Markets across the globe see record sales thanks to
the excitement HIRO is generating.
also introduces the TNI Advantage program, which allows
IPCs to purchase large quantities of HIRO at discounted prices. The TNI
Advantage program provides an extra incentive for serious business
builders from other network marketing companies to take up the Tahitian
6,000 distributors from around the globe converge on Universal Studios
Hollywood to celebrate the company’s tenth anniversary.
years, momentum has never been stronger: More than 50 new
TAHITIAN NONI products make their debut as TNI continues to find new
ways to bring the benefits of noni to the world.
New Lifestyle Centers open throughout the U.S. and in
countries around the world, giving the general public a place to
experience Tahitian Noni products. Tahitian Noni
Cafés™ expand to
Provo, Dallas, and Atlanta, U.S.A.; Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Nagoya,
Fukuoka, and Tokyo, Japan. 100 cafés will open by 2010.
garners major national and international press
attention. Athletes, scientists and other industry experts begin
endorsing Tahitian Noni products.
of $3 million sweepstakes with cash prizes from $10 to $10,000 and a
grand prize of $250,000.
opens a new, state-of-the-art processing facility in Tahiti.
Tens of new products are introduced, all of which center around the key
elements of the noni plant: Fruit, leaf, and seed.
of French Polynesia awards TNI for its contributions
to the nation's economic growth and overall positive impact. The
company also receives the 'Corporation with Social Responsibility'
award from the U.N.-sanctioned International Council of Caring
NONI™ Equine Essentials™ is born. This first-ever
noni-based equine liquid supplement helps all types of horses reach
optimal health and full potential.
revolutionary distributor training program, called
the Success Path, leading to dramatic increases in distributor
retention and sales.
creates Origins and Destiny, an epic film that documents the history of
the treasured noni plant.
Cumulative sales reach $2 billion, with more than $1 billion in
cumulative commissions paid back to distributors.
Café™ opens in Tokyo, Japan, laying the groundwork
whole new chapter in the Tahitian Noni story.
launches Tahiti Trim Plan 40®, the first weight-management
program exclusively for women over 40.
Griffin Hill, an independent marketing
research firm, publishes a study stating that "Tahitian Noni
International is one of the fastest-growing private companies in
America, and fewer than ten private companies in the history of the
world have been able to equal Tahitian Noni International's first six
years of growth."
Noni International is ranked #26 on Inc. Magazine's list of 500 fastest
growing private companies in the U.S. The company's new 150,000-square
foot world headquarters opens in Provo, Utah.
Tahitian Noni International founders meet
with the government of French Polynesia to sign a special agreement
that will bring the country new jobs and significant investment.
The company reaches a new milestone: $30
million in sales in one month; total annual sales top $300 million.
Explosive international growth continues as TAHITIAN NONI®
taken to Japan, Mexico and Hong Kong.
Tahitian Noni International posts $33 million in sales during its first
year in business. International expansion begins.
With a combination of food science
expertise, industry experience, and business and marketing acumen, the
foundation is laid for the creation of a revolutionary new venture:
Tahitian Noni International.
coming across the research of Dr. Heinicke, food scientist John
Wadsworth travels to Tahiti and confirms the existence of a
commercially viable source of noni. He conducts interviews with natives
and government officials, and searches libraries for historical
documents. He discovers that the ancient claims were true—all
indicates that noni has astounding properties.
While researching pineapple plants, Dr.
Ralph Heinicke discovers the beneficial properties of the noni plant.
His research would eventually lead to the founding of an entire
industry, one that would improve the lives of millions of people.
Captain James Cook and his crew discover
the paradisiacal islands of Tahiti and make note of the widespread use
of noni among the inhabitants.
BC – 200 AD:
Noni fruit grows wild and
becomes a pillar of Polynesian civilization. All parts of the noni
plant are used—fruit, leaves, seeds and bark. The noni fruit
throughout the Pacific.
– 2000 BC:
More than two
ago, the ancestors of the Polynesian people left Southeast Asia in
search of new horizons across the sea. In addition to their families,
these explorers carried with them sacred plants necessary to sustain
life—the coconut, the pandanus, the taro, and the precious
was prized as a secret to health. These "canoe plants" were eventually
cultivated in the volcanic islands of Tahiti. With rich soil and clean
air, the noni plant thrived. Ancient Ayurvedic texts call noni Ashyuka,
which is Sansktrit for "longevity." The texts explain that noni
balances the body, stabilizing it in a state of perfect harmony.