Morinda Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Morinda is a multi-level marketing company based in American Fork, Utah that sells Tahitian Noni juice and other products made from the noni plant. The company was founded in 1996 and has manufacturing facilities in Tahiti, Japan, China, Germany, and Utah. Morinda, formerly known as Tahitian Noni International and Morinda Bioactives, was a subsidiary of Morinda Holdings, Inc. prior to merging with and becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of New Age Beverages Corporation in December 2019. Morinda's main product is a noni juice blend sold under the brand name Tahitian Noni.

Jinah mentioned, "Tahitian Noni Juice by Morinda is not 100% noni juice!! Look at the ingredients! And it’s way too sweet, which it shouldn’t be."


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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Unpleasant work environment Hard work not being appreciated at all. Poor & Trashy management in the Accounting Department (not all, but half of them are). They do not know how to treat people with manner; in another words, they have no manner. They LOVE micromanagement and have NO respect to their employees. Selfish, useless & helpless leadership who only cares to make themselves look good and do not know how to lead but to blame."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"No vision other than survive. The company is basically run by a single accountant and all of the founder's that used to actually be involved in and add life to the business have disappeared (i.e. forced out). It really feels like an old 90's fad."

Former Employee - Graphic Design says

"Top-down decision making. Little-to-no trust in ideas from the ground floor. Very little openness to real, necessary change. Getting promoted can difficult -- hard work and experience isn't enough. If you want to move up... kiss up, or get out. New product launches are never well thought-out or executed, resulting in chaotic, haphazard marketing and sales. The company president was recently forced out by the other 4 founders. Clearly they are not the strong, united leaders they used to be."

Manufacturing says

"Hipocracy, two-faced managers. No support on new ideas."

Current Employee - Sales and Service Agent says

"More and more people are quitting due to lack of advancement/compensation and so more and more responsibilities get piled on with no additional pay. The job itself was a blast but the lack of career opportunities or even sales compensation makes it a dead end."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"- Lack of communication at times - Didn't feel very valued - Unrealistic expectations for projects - Pay is ok not great"

Former Employee - Copywriter says

"So many of the top positions were filled with executives' children and friends. It was still a growing company then, so I suppose that's understandable to a degree."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"The perks went downhill like company parties, trips, etc."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Fairly regular layoffs and people leaving to other companies that contributed to a feeling of fear and continual gossip/speculation. When people leave, whoever takes their place gets all their responsibility without the title or pay raise. Unqualified employees (untouchable relatives of executives) making life difficult for regular workers and management alike. Confusing and continually changing company direction. People are afraid to question upper management."

Former Employee - Manager says

"Managers and executives are poorly trained and lack the experience, education, and skills needed to drive company growth. Friends and family are placed in leadership roles, although those individuals are "great basketball" players, they lack initiative, innovation, and vision-all skills required of a true leader."

Manager (Former Employee) says

"Need the attention with management . Management is really bad. Workplace culture is bad. Benefits are bad. Nobody cares about the employees. Not good place to work."

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Morinda is a cheap company that does no know how to run their company at all. They are so poor they cant even make life comfortable fortheir people. this company has went down at leawst 2wice.noneyou name it you have it"

Compliance Agent for Asia & Africa (Former Employee) says

"Friendly people and work environment is nice. Pay and benefits are decent. Nice job to have while going to school, flexible hours. Management is good."

MARKET SPECIALIST (Former Employee) says

"Typical day involves answering phone calls, dealing with managers and marketing products. The best thing about this job is the fellow employees and customers that you may get to know"