For each and every one of your customers, growing older—and, yes, looking older—isn’t a choice. It’s a reality. “When we are young, we have plenty of skin cells growing and regenerating all the time,” says Ariel Ostad, MD, a dermatologist in New ...
This month's Secret Shopper went to a natural products store in the Pacific Northwest to ask about energy drinks. Here's what we learned about caffeinated beverages.
Photo courtesy of Libby Smith
David ResSeguie, the food information and information services manager at Oregon-based Sundance Natural Foods, had always been disturbed by the negative effects that endocrine disruptors can have on developmental...
One of the most common areas retail managers neglect on the road to burnout is their own basic needs. Implement these easy tactics to keep you healthier, happier and mentally prepared to do the job.
If you set your natural retail store up for a successful January, you could reap the benefits of more shoppers and sales gains throughout the year.
Friendly, informed floor staff is important to your natural foods store, but so is knowledgeable purchasing and stocking staff.
Preplanning endcaps, signage, displays and demos in advance can ensure that new shoppers easily find what they're looking for in your store.
When planning for a successful January, think about what new items you have and what items your distributor has on sale—but don't forget to stock basics such as multivitamins and soup, too!