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Our team pinpointed quite a few up-and-coming trends at the Expo, from edible caffeine and eco-focused initiatives to herbal coffee and healthier options for alcohol, pasta, baby food, and more.
Although most people came to Expo East for the food and endless snacks, there were also plenty of cosmetic and body care products that our team was eager to learn more about.
Functional nutrition is one of the newest buzzwords to hit the wellness world—but these products are more than just hype; they actually walk the talk.
If the mere mention of the words “eating healthy” or “diet” conjures in your mind images of plain, old grilled chicken breast and broccoli for dinner every night, these better-for-you brands from Expo East will open up a completely new world for you.
MaryRuth’s Organics: Vegan, Non-GMO Vitamins and Minerals Not to cheapen the value of their all-vegan catalog of high-quality, organic multivitamins,
Some of the brands that we saw at Expo East 2022, like Wishgarden, Boiron, and Olbas, know that some of the most powerful compounds on Earth come directly from nature—and they’re using these natural herbs and plants to improve human health.
As expected, supplement brands showed up in force at Expo East, but even with such a deep reserve, we’re confident after talking to these four brands that we correctly identified the best in the convention center.
Any diet philosophy that doesn’t incorporate a little forgiveness for snacking is, frankly, unrealistic, which is why we don’t have any conflicts about promoting healthier snack brands, especially if the snacks they’re replacing are typically unhealthy.
Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, low-sodium, gluten-free, low-carb, or low-FODMAP, millions of people require a bit of special treatment with what they eat.
Early-wave keto-ers, you have our respect, because we don’t know how we would have kicked the carbs without brands such as those we met at Natural Products Expo East 2022.
After a cushy, multi-decade regime, those well-entrenched sport drink giants we’ve all seen dominating the convenience store coolers are starting to sweat, and for good reason.
The Farmlink Project, an altruistic organization founded by college students, is combating food waste on a grand scale. We spoke with co-founder Aidan Reilly to learn more.