WholeFoods Magazine SourceBook: The Natural Products Directory
What’s hot on the restaurant scene are big, bold flavors, which increasingly means crossing paths with the food police’s latest bandit: sodium.
There are so many ways consumers are getting information about health that they look to you, not as a salesperson, but as an information specialist.
Industry members will never forget the day they learned Congress passed the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994.
For years, “Table for two, non-smoking” has been part of the regular vernacular for restaurant goers.
There’s a little voice inside us that edits what we say before we say it—sometimes softer than we’d like.
Should 2009 be forgot and never brought to mind, like the days of Auld Lang Syne?
Nothing reveals a person’s true stripes faster than his/her reaction to the news of a health problem.
I feel kind of old saying this, but today’s youth are a special breed.
News and notes from industry suppliers.
South Plainfield, NJ—This fall,...