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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!

FDA Agrees to Selenium Health Claims

  Washington, D.C.— Following negotiations with law firm Emord & Associates, FDA will now allow select cancer-related health claims on selenium supplement product...

Tunie’s under New Ownership

Coral Springs, FL—The successful Tunie’s Super Save Nutrition Center, based here, is under new ownership. The business, built by Al Forman over the past...

People News: November 2010

OmniActive Health Technologies, Inc. of Short Hills, NJ has several new hires, which include Darrec Jones, as sales executive; Vikrant Lal as technical sales...

NewsBriefs: November 2010

The Global Organization for EPA and DHA (GOED) of Salt Lake City, UT launched the Proud Member logo program that enables member companies to...

Tips on Handling Menopause in Your Store

As retailers, you may be known for the brands and products that are not carried in the mainstream—but you are also known as the...

Bergamot Supports Metabolic Syndrome Patients, Says Health Sciences Institute

St. Petersburg, FL—An article published by the Health Sciences Institute (HSI) touts bergamot extract as a way to support those with metabolic syndrome. This...

New Packaging Guidelines in Effect at Whole Foods Market

Austin, TX—Whole Foods Market has enacted new packaging guidelines that affect the personal care products and dietary supplements it sells. According to a press...

Food Safety Bill May Affect Natural Product Makers, Store Owners

Washington, D.C.—The Food Safety Accountability Act, introduced in September by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) would, if passed, establish criminal penalties for "any individual or...

President Signs Bill Aimed at Small Businesses

Washington, D.C.—On September 27, President Barack Obama signed into law a bill that is intended to help small businesses. The legislation will give tax...

Petition Aimed at Giving HFCS a New Name

Washington, D.C.—The Corn Refiners Association (CRA) sent a petition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration asking the agency to let food makers use...

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