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Live from Natural Products Expo West 2018: The State of the Natural Industry

Video-Live from Natural Products Expo West 2018: The State of the Natural Industry

Get a unique, data-backed view into the natural and organic products market.

The natural products industry is experiencing growth and massive amounts of change. Whole Foods Market is now owned by Amazon, the availability of natural products in every channel is creating ubiquitous shoppers, and consumers are demanding more from brands and retailers. How do you survive in such an environment; or better yet, thrive and create ripples of positive change?

This data-packed session will dig into these questions and more, as we provide a detailed overview of how each natural and organic products category is performing in each sales channel and the macro forces and trends fueling growth for the industry.


  • Bob Burke, principal, Natural Products Consulting
  • Maryellen Molyneaux, president and founding partner, Natural Marketing Institute (NMI)
  • Carlotta Mast, senior vice president of content, New Hope Network

Join the conversation with the #ExpoWestTrends hosted by Mamavation.


Who: Natural Products Expo West LIVE feed
What: Twitter party with Mamavation
When: 8:45 - 10 a.m. PST, Thursday, March 8, 2018
Hashtag:  #expowesttrends

SPECIAL NOTE: This is a LIVE session happening in Anaheim. You are watching/listening and tweeting simultaneously. You may want to turn on the livestream in the background and go to Twitter to tweet away!

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