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Big things are happening in the world of health and nutrition. That's why WholeFoods' editors are out there getting the facts and bringing breaking health news to you. Whether you are interested in hot products for your store, staying on top of trends, nutrition research, or regulatory news, we have you covered. The devil is in the details, and our writers never shy away from bringing them to you. They delve into a variety of topics to deliver great information to readers; but don't take our word for it. Select a topic or health article that interests you and enjoy!

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...

Take it All In at Expo West

A quick review of Expo events.Where can you find informative, entertaining seminars partnered with vital networking connections and four days of excitement? Natural Products...

Wakunaga Opens New Facility

Mira Loma, CA—Wakunaga of America opened a new facility, here, at the end of January and held a grand opening ceremony to mark the...

Green Utilities: An Electric Idea

Entrepreneurs and environmentalists alike have been scratching their heads for years, trying to think up ways to help the planet that are economically viable...

Retailer Adopts Animal Welfare Labeling on Meat Products

Austin, TX—Whole Foods Market Inc. will now feature animal welfare ratings on meat products in all of its stores. The rating system, created by...

USDA Deregulates GM Alfalfa, Allows Planting GM Sugar Beets

A genetically modified (GM) strain of alfalfa, engineered to survive the application of Roundup herbicide, has been fully deregulated by the U.S. Department of...

Fancy Foods Go On a Health Kick

Twice a year, I spend weeks dieting before the seasonal Fancy Food show, with the anticipation of over-indulging. This winter, I was asked to...

People News: March 2011

Nuriche of Draper, UT appointed Manuel Ramirez as its new vice president of Latin America. Reid Aranda is now the director of procurement and Lindsay...

Newsbriefs

The Natural Products Association (NPA), headquartered in Washington, D.C., will now be e-mailing an NPA Fact of the Week to members of Congress. Facts...

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