Healthy Harvest Trade Show Features Over 200 Exhibitors

(OJAI, CA) September 12, 2005 – The Healthy Harvest Show, the National Nutritional Foods Association-West (NNFA-West) trade show has announced it will present over 200 exhibitors featuring organic and natural food and beverage products, dietary supplements, health and beauty aids, sports nutrition, natural remedies and household cleaning products according to TLC Tradeshow Productions, the event producers. The regional trade show takes place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA, September 30 to October 2.

The Healthy Harvest Show is sponsored by Organic Products Retailer and Vitamin Retailer magazines, leading business publications for the natural and organic products industry. The show is co-sponsored by NNFA-West the regional trade association representing natural products industry members located in California, Hawaii, Nevada and Arizona. The “trade-only” show is free and open to all retailers of natural and/or organic products. Membership is not required to attend the exhibit portion of the show.

This is the first year the NNFA-West has held its trade show in San Jose. According to Terri Curry-McSweeney, TLC Tradeshow Products president, the response has been overwhelming.

“We’re expecting a large retailer presence for the three-day event and seminar portion of the show,” McSweeney said. “We’ve lined up 17 great seminars and 14 powerful speakers plus two free seminars conducted by retailing guru Danny Wells that has captured wide spread attention,” added McSweeney.

The three-day event also features a host of free healthy meals including daily breakfasts, Friday lunch, a Friday night reception and a Saturday night Hawaiian Luau dinner.

For complete registration information visit the trade show web site at or call (805) 646-4246.

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