Without singling out any of the latest diet trends—paleo, vegan or Engine 2, for example—Andrew Weil places an emphasis on avoiding processed foods. Natural Vitality Living has the latest from Natural Products Expo West.
While 8-year-old Organic Planet Worker Co-op in Winnipeg, Canada, has always valued stocking organic, the store's owners and employees are now making fair trade an integral part of their store's mission.
UNFI’s fourth quarter report shows that the natural products industry continues to be recession-proof. And it’s not just larger chains with ringing registers, but also independents that are enjoying double-digit growth.
A new report from Euromonitor International predicts that a growing population of vegetarians, semi-vegetarians, meat-reducers and "vegivores" will consume more meat-free foods than ever before. Natural retailers are well poised to capture this meatless market.
Having first appeared during the Great Depression, co-ops have ebbed and flowed since, following the tides of the U.S. economy. Since the downturn in 2009, a co-op boom has been underway, but will it last?
What's on the horizon for supplement retail? At Retail Futurecasting, the closing session of the 14th Annual NBJ Summit in Dana Point, Calif., last week, four retail executives discussed current challenges and what the future will hold.
Summit of Angels kicks off the 14th annual NBJ Summit in Dana Point, Calif. Industry executives gather to learn what Vitamin Angels has been up to in its mission to create a healthy world, one child at a time.
Consumers want more: more transparency, more healthy ingredients, more energy. And also, consumers want less: Less gluten, less allergen triggers, less GMOs. How are these desires translating to new product development?