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Industry Prepares for SupplySide East

Secaucus, NJ—Thousands of natural products ingredients marketers, formulators and suppliers have their calendars marked for SupplySide East 2010, April 26–28 at the...

New Data on Immune Ingredient Are Published

Eagan, MN—A branded natural carbohydrate (Wellmune WGP from Biothera, based here) is the subject of a new published study in Agro Food ...

Milk Thistle Ingredient Shown to Reduce Liver Toxicity

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is spending more and more time reviewing reports of liver damage caused by drugs. It is with...

Grocery Briefs: April 2010

Acquisitions, new launches, new partnerships, awards, new initiatives and more. Sunsweet Growers, headquartered in Yuba City, CA, announced a collaboration with Ayala’s Herbal Water, headquartered...

Study Reveals Alarming Results for Packaged Salad Greens

Yonkers, NY — A study conducted by Consumer Reports shows that packaged salad greens may have bacteria that are common indicators of poor sanitation...

Bob’s Red Mill now an Employee-Owned Company

Portland, OR — Bob Moore, co-founder of Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods celebrated his 81st birthday by announcing on February 15 that the company...

USDA Issues Final Rule on Organic Access to Pasture

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the long-awaited details of the final rule regarding access to pasture for organic livestock. This rule amends...

Customer Service

If you are like most natural products retailers, you believe you give good customer service. If so, you should be seeing a steady...

Green Building in the Lone Star State

Sugar Land, Fort Worth, TX—The economic downturn may have meant a major slowdown for new construction projects, but the green building sector...

Maitake Mushroom Studied For Treating Blood Disease

New York, NY—Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center will launch a phase-II trial to study Maitake mushroom as a treatment for Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), a category...

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