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Brad And Angelina Drop In On A Natural Foods Conference

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bradangelina_0.jpgBrad Pitt and Angelina Jolie made an unexpected visit yesterday afternoon to the Nutracon Natural Food Conference in Anaheim, Calif. According to PopSugar, no kids were in sight — but the duo was roving the arena and checking out the participating companies.

Here’s the DL on the event according to the official NutraConference website:

“Healthy products start with healthy and natural ingredients. If you’re involved in R&D (research and development), product management, purchasing or strategic leadership in the health and nutrition industry, you need to experience the power of SupplyExpo. Nowhere else will you find innovation in action—from cutting-edge ingredients and technologies to finished products all in one place at one time.”

Judging from some of the agenda topics — there’s one called Science, Sustainability, International Organic Outlook — we’re thinking the Pitt-Jolies are very interested in leading a healthy lifestyle when it comes to food. With a growing family, it’s no wonder they’re shopping around to learn about the very latest in natural nutrition. But who knew they were conference buffs?

[UPDATE] Conference buffs, indeed. Some are now saying that the above are impersonators — check out the amusing thread on the topic over at JustJared.

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