Of course there will be increased competition in the healthy, organic segment, he added, and that's something he welcomes as it will take more than just Hain to change the way the world eats. But increased competition is not stopping his company's Greek yogurt business from rising 39%, nor its organic baby food sales from growing 15%. When asked about the company's UK acquisitions, which prompted some analysts to charge Hain bit off more than it can chew, Simon responded by saying that every acquisition has its challenges and some things simply cannot be known until you actually own a company. That said, Simon noted that in every acquisition Hain goes in and fixes prior management's problems and turns laggards into winners. Cramer said that he continues to be a believer in Simon and Hain.