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Natural Products Expo West 2011

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The largest trade show for natural, organic and healthy products is back! Last year’s event displayed over 3,000 exhibits, and brought in nearly 56,000 industry members. That’s a lot of green business!

Although not open to the general public, this private trade show allows businesses and companies interested in natural/organic products to not only preview some of the newest eco-friendly products of 2011, but exhibit their own.

The show floor pavilions are categorized into Health and Beauty, Natural and Specialty Foods, Natural Living, Organics, Pet Products, and Supplements.

One of the featured exhibitors include Soma Beverage Company, which will display their new Metromint water, and Wholesome Sweeteners Inc., which specializes in certified organic sugars, syrups, nectars and honeys.

Some other notable businesses attending the event include Tea Tree Therapy Inc., which produces cruelty-free hygienic care and other raw ingredient products, as well as Hemp Oil Canada, Inc., which provides organic bulk ingredients.

Big name organizations like the American Holistic Health Association and the Organic Farming Research Foundation will also be there.

The Trade Show will run March 11th through March 13th at the Anaheim Convention Center. Show floor hours are between Friday and Saturday 10am – 6pm, and Sunday 10am – 4pm.

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