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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!

NOW Foods, probiotic, DNA Testing, Rick Sharpee,

NOW Foods Begins DNA Testing Probiotics

Bloomingdale, IL – To ensure the identity and purity of key probiotic products, NOW Foods, a family-owned business that supplies and markets vitamins, herbs,...
Expo East, NPA, NPA Awards

NPA Announces 2016 Award Winners

Washington, D.C. – For the 23rd year, the Natural Products Association (NPA) will honor individuals in “government and business that have made valuable contributions”...
CRN, The Conference, Sally Hogshead, Fascination Advantage Assessment

Sally Hogshead Discusses the Fascinate System at CRN’s The Conference

Washington, D.C. – On Friday, October 28th, Sally Hogshead, a New York Times best-selling author and creator of the Fascination Advantage Assessment, will share...

Informa Buys Penton for $1.56B

London, UK—In a deal worth about $1.56 billion, Informa Exhibitions has purchased Penton from private equity firms MidOcean Partners and Wasserstein & Co., according...

Triclosan Among 19 Ingredients Deemed Not Safe by FDA

Say goodbye to antibacterial washes with triclosan. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published a final rule that bans certain ingredients from over-the-counter (OTC) antibacterial...

Bayer Purchases Monsanto with Third Offer of $66 Billion

Bayer has finally secured the acquisition of St. Louis-based Monsanto with an offer that amounts to about $66 billion, after months of courting and two...

Ready for Gen Z?

When the Baby Boom generation was born, between 1946 and 1964, those of ethnic background made up 28% of the U.S. population. By 1997,...
People News

People News: October 2016

The Council for Responsible Nutrition of Washington, D.C., hired Gisele Atkinson to be its vice president, quality and technical affairs. Anil Shrikhande, former president of...

NewsBriefs: October 2016

Washington, D.C.-based the Council for Responsible Nutrition was an exhibiting sponsor at #BlogHer16: Experts Among Us, a conference that brings together women bloggers. The...

California Exempts Aquifers from Environmental Protection, Threatening Water Supply

An investigation by ProPublica reveals that the state of California is expanding exceptions to federal environmental laws, called aquifer exemptions, that allow mining, oil...