Feed consumers' cravings for nutritional info

Mulcahy, Mark
June 2007
Natural Foods Merchandiser;Jun2007, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p50
The author reflects on the attitudes of customers to know the information about organic products in the U.S. He asserts that the consumers are interested to learn about the nutritional tips or the difference between organic and conventional supplements. He further discusses that the information cards and signs are very good strategy to attract customer's interest.


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