Geoff Robinson

If you want an advantage in today’s market, create a mobile plan NOW, beginning with QR Codes and mobile landing pages! 

Geneva, Switzerland—Following the U.S. delegation’s decision to drop its longstanding opposition to the concept, an official guidance on the labeling of products containing Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) was adopted at the annual Codex Alimentarius summit.

Joplin, MO—When devastating tornados hit Joplin, MO in May, the nation froze in its tracks as it heard news of 150+ deaths. But one retailer that did not stand still was Suzanne Charron, owner of Suzanne’s Natural Foods of Joplin, who mobilized the community to help hundreds of its displaced community members.

Most American-trained physicians know very little about supplemental enzymes and rarely discuss their potential to their patients. Many are looking for digestive aids, natural arthritis remedies or inflammation support, and enzymes may offer some support in this areas.

Examples of how QR codes can be implemented and become an important part of an effective marketing strategy.

Geoffrey Robinson

QR codes are the next buzz word for marketing, and the next wave in scan technology.

gmo rally lawsuits

Washington, D.C.—In opposition to recently deregulated genetically modified (GM) crops, a lawsuit was filed against the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) by the Center for Food Safety (CFS) and Earthjustice. Anti-GM crop activists gather at a rally held on March 26 in front of the White House in Washington, D.C. Local events were also held around the country for those who could not make it to the rally.

ChicoBag

Andy Keller, inventor of the ChicoBag company and alias Bag Monster, is setting sail on a new journey that is meant to expose the harmful affect that plastic bag pollution has on the world’s oceans.

Rockville, MD—Many natural products supporters are dissatisfied with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Advisory Committee's late-March vote, advising FDA that synthetic colors used in foods do not need to carry warning labels.