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Krill: A Crustacean to Consider for Weight Management

Oslo, Norway—A recent study published in Nutrition & Metabolism confirms the hypothesis that krill oil is beneficial to the endocannabinoid (EC) system in humans....

Acid Reflux Remedied: What Are the Best Options?

Everyone has experienced the discomfort and pain of heartburn at some point in their lives. However, for those who suffer from acid reflux and...

Spirulina Linked to Anemia Reduction in Seniors

Kailua-Kona, HI—More than three million Americans over the age of 65 are living with anemia, according to the National Anemia Action Council. A new...

SupplySide East Returns to Secaucus

Secaucus, NJ—Industry manufacturers can get their fill of information about nutritional ingredients and raw materials at SupplySide East 2011, May 2–4. The show—to be...

Expo West Showcase

Check out these companies at Expo West 2011, and click through to visit their websites.

DHA for Pets


Nordic Naturals introduces new Omega-3 Pet in liquid form. Formulas are available for cats and small breed dogs; medium to large breed dogs; and large to largest breed dogs. It is made from 100% wild-caught sustainable anchovies and sardines. This product allows for easy access to omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA for pet companions. Also available from Nordic Naturals are Omega-3 Pet soft gels.

Produce Bags

The ChicoBag Company presents reusable produce bags in three different fabrics. The Hemp-Cotton absorbs excess moisture and restricts airflow, perfect for grains and leafy greens. The rePETe locks in moisture and restricts airflow, qualities beneficial for squash, broccoli, carrots and celery. The rePETe Mesh allows ethylene gas to escape, prolonging the life of produce such as apples, onions and potatoes.

Sugar Scrub

  Sugar Scrub in grapefruit-bergamot is new from Deep Steep. The organic sugar scrub contains brown sugar grains, which are blended with shea butter, coconut...

How to Make Friends in Congress

With significant changes to Congress this year, now is a good time to consider contacting your representatives and senators to educate them about your business and the issues you face. Think about what you pay in local, state and federal taxes, and state workers’ compensation insurance, as well as how you must comply with state and federal regulations. Government decisions and policies clearly have a major impact on your bottom line. That’s why it’s important to make your voice heard on Capitol Hill, even from your local store.