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Plant-Based Meal Kits And Delivery Services Are On The Rise – Forbes

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Veestro is one of many a delivery services that make it easier to get more plant-based foods into ... [+] your diet without sacrificing taste, quality, or convenience.

Its no secret that the youth of America, on average, arent exactly cooking aficionados; according to a recent report by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), millennials (those born between 1981 and 1996) consume food outside the home around 30% more often than any other generation. The USDA study also found that millennials spend significantly less time on food preparation, presentation, and cleanup55 minutes less than Gen Xers (those born between 1965 and 1980)and spend, on average, 12 minutes less eating and drinking than Traditionalists (those born before 1946).

At the same time that millennials are eschewing spatulas and mixing bowls, they are also embracing plants. According to The Economist, fully a quarter of 25-to-34-year-old Americans say they are vegans or vegetarians. As for those millennials who eat some amount of meat, eggs or dairy, Mintel reports that almost one-third of them are trying to eat a more plant-based diet.

The results of these two trends? A remarkable rise in products and services that offer the promise of convenience without an animal product in sight.

An early entrant into the space, Purple Carrot, launched in 2014. Like Blue Apron and Plated, which were both founded two years prior, it too sells meal kitsessentially a subscription service where a company sends customers pre-portioned and sometimes partially-prepared food ingredients and recipes to prepare home cooked mealsbut they are entirely vegan. Since receiving a publicity boost from Mark Bittman, the American food journalist, author, and former columnist for the New York Times, who joined the company to develop and test recipes (as well as work to make packaging and sourcing more sustainable), Purple Carrot has gone on to service over 22,000 customers in 2018 and to generate $43 million in revenue. Earlier this year, it was acquired by Japan's largest meal kit and organic food delivery service Oisix ra daichi.

Hungryroot, which launched in 2015, takes a slightly different approach. It markets itself as a veggie-friendly (though not an exclusively plant-based company, one can opt into making the experience 100% vegan) food subscription service that offers ingredients consumers can mix and match together to their liking as part of suggested recipes. Just this past October, Hungryroot repositioned itself as a personalized online grocery service, drawing upon some of the features of popular e-grocers like plant-forward Thrive Market and vegan Mylk Guys, and is offering an assortment of products in its weekly deliveries from third-party brands including RightRice, Field Roast, Kite Hill, Yves, Beyond Meat and Banza.

But as Amanda Mull notes in The Atlantic, it still takes a chunk of time to unpack, cook,and clean up after a meal-kit meal, too. Enter meal delivery services.

Unlike meal kits, meal delivery services offer fully cooked meals that require little to no preparation other than heating them up.

A leader in the category is Veestro. Founded by sister-and-brother duo Monica Klausner and Mark Fachler who grew up in Costa Rica where they learned to appreciate the value of a home-cooked meal, the plant-based company delivers healthy, organic vegan meals that can be heated up straight away or refrigerated or frozen for later use. One reviewer noted that the meals taste good, that her personal favorites were the red curry, Thai chick'n stew, and mushroom risotto, and that she truly appreciated not having to think about preparing food or give in to greasy takeout. As of 2019, Veestro is profitable and growing fast. Its projected revenue for 2019 is nearly $9 million (a 53% increase from 2018) and the founders expect sales in 2020 to hit $20 million.

Hungry Earthling, a new vegan meal delivery service, also relies (mostly) on organic ingredients, and has received some positives reviews: One customer noted [b]ecause they are plant-based I wasn't sure if the meals would be filling but the portions are generous, taste surprisingly good and I always feel satisfied. While Hungry Earthling currently only delivers to California, Arizona and Nevada, it intends to expand across the country as it grows its customer base.

One downside of all of these services is that they can be pricey. The more you buy, the cheaper the meal kits and prepared meals get (less expensive than a night or two out on the town), but they can still be cost-prohibitive for many millennials, occasionally referred to as generation broke and who still eat cheap fast food on a regular basis. (The environmental impact of all that extra packaging is also an issue, but some have argued the benefitssuch as decreasing food wasteoutweigh the shipping and handling impacts.)

EMeals arguably represents a middle ground in terms of cost and convenience. The online meal planning service offers subscribers shopping lists from selected recipes, and recommends services that can deliver groceries or schedule them for pickup. They offer over 100 meal plans and one of them being a vegan meal plan, with new and unique recipes every week.

Perhaps more millennials would benefit from going to the grocery store and cooking scratch meals the old-fashioned way. Still, for those who can afford one of these plant-based meal kits or meal delivery services, it has never been easier to cut back on animal products. Given the connection between industrial animal agriculture and the climate crisis, poor public health and animal cruelty, I, as a card-carrying millennial, will happily raise my avocado toast to that.

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Drive to push ‘Upcycling’ of food ingredients to promote a Circular Economy –

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The summit, organized by Ecovia Intelligence will provide an update on eco-labels, sustainable ingredients, and green packaging.

Here we highlight eight areas of discussion that the organisers will focus on;

1. Need for a circular economy. It is argued many of the negative impacts associated with the food industry could be resolved by shifting to a circular economy. Holly Bybee, director of business development, IDEO will discuss the role of regenerative agriculture, sourcing locally, and product design in a sustainable food industry. The challenges and opportunities in making the transition to a circular economy will be highlighted.

2. Closing packaging loops. The food industry, the largest user of single-use packaging, is under pressure to reduce its packaging impacts. Some of the technology provided by bio-based polymers, recyclable materials, and compostable packaging will be explored. Anthony Rossi, VP, global business development, Teracycle will explain how its Loop platform aims to make single-use packaging a thing of the past. Case studies will also be given of brands adopting innovative green packaging solutions.

3. Upcycling of food ingredients. In recent years, a flurry of start-ups are finding applications for discarded food (byproducts). The Planetarians is one such company, using defatted sunflower seeds to make plant proteins and protein flour. The companys CEO Aleh Manchuliantsau will discuss the challenges in setting up supply chains for waste ingredients and getting customers to try upcycled ingredients.

4. Opportunities with hemp ingredients. Chris Conrad, internationally recognized cannabis expert, will highlight the opportunities for hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) in food and beverage products. According to a survey by the National Restaurant Association, 76% of Americans see cannabis / CBD-infused drinks as the number one trend. Conrad will also give an update on the regulatory challenges when marketing CBD infused products.

5. Positive impacts of ethical sourcing. A growing number of companies are investing in ethical sourcing of their ingredients, however doing so brings many challenges. Since its formation in 1999, Numi Tea has been ethically sourcing tea from various countries. Its CEO and co-founder Ahmed Rahim will give insights into the pitfalls in setting up such projects in Asia and Africa, as well as the difference they have had on local communities.

6. Foods that promote biodiversity. Food production is directly linked to biodiversity of plant species. Caryl Levine, co-founder, Lotus Foods, will explain how the company is encouraging production of rare varieties of rice, such as long grain red rice and dehraduni basmati rice. Pierre Thiam, one of Africas leading chefs, will share his companys mission of introducing Americans to an ancient African grain. Yoll Foods is sourcing fonio, a gluten-free superfood grain, from small subsistence farmers in West Africa.

Levine and Thiam will also highlight the marketing issues when introducing rare / heritage food products into the US market.

7. Conscious capitalism and social justice. There is growing corporate interest in conscious capitalism and / or social activism. Dr Bronners Magic Soaps has been at the forefront of corporate activism and promoting social justice since its formation. The Californian firm will show how conscious capitalism can be a force of good and can help resolve social issues.

8. Supply chains for organic ingredients. North America has the largest market for organic foods in the world, however many sectors are experiencing undersupply. Amarjit Sahota, founder, Ecovia Intelligence, will give an update on the organic food market whilst Tradin Organic will highlight major trend and developments for organic ingredients. Details will be given on Tradin Organic is setting up international supply chains for organic raw materials.

The 10th Sustainable Foods Summit North American edition will be hosted at the Merchants Exchange Club San Francisco. Other editions will be hosted in Asia-Pacific (March 30-31 2020, Singapore) and Europe (June 11-12, Amsterdam).

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He wasnt getting fed the quality of food he really needed for his day-to-day survival, Ms. Lee said. Then one night were sitting on the porch and I hear preaching. Dacian and I walked seven blocks until we stumbled into a huge community dinner.

Pushing her sons stroller, Ms. Lee had happened upon the Freedom Gathering, a church-affiliated dinner that serves as many as 200 people every Thursday in a small vacant lot. Clothing and free to-go lunches are offered there as well.

Seven blocks is a long way to hear someone preaching, Ms. Lee said. And I never really heard it again. It led us to that dinner, which saved us in so many ways.

From the Freedom Gathering, Ms. Lee was referred to a pair of nearby food pantries: Hungers End, which provides groceries, clothing and hygiene products to more than 500 families a month, and Our Daily Bread, which serves meals to about 250 people a day, seven days a week. They are among the 200 food banks affiliated with Feeding America, a beneficiary agency of The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund.

Our Daily Breads self-serve pantry has provided Ms. Lee with essentials like diapers as well as coffee, canned soup and peanut butter. When fresh produce or organic macaroni and cheese comes through, Ms. Lee said, volunteers often set it aside for her. In 2018, Feeding Tampa Bay, part of Feeding Americas national network, began delivering organic food to Hungers End and other pantries in the Bradenton area. Twice a month, an outdoor pantry is assembled and opened to anyone in need. Ms. Lee returned from her most recent visit to the Hungers End fresh market with organic butter, coconut milk, mangoes, brussels sprouts and raspberries.

Because she cares for Dacian full time, money is tight. The $146 she receives in food stamps each month covers just one weeks groceries; she pays for another week out of her $700 monthly Social Security check. Utilities run about $300, leaving little for Ms. Lee to save or spend on herself.

Ms. Lee knew it was imperative to remove processed foods and refined sugars from her sons diet. Once his diet improved, Dacians symptoms subsided significantly and he started sleeping through the night for the first time in his life.

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Natural and Organic Food Market To 2029 Emerging Trends And Strong Application Scope – Downey Magazine

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Organic Food & Beverages Market 2019-2024: Global Industry Share, Commanding Players, Business Opportunities, Growth Rate, Application and…

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Organic Food & Beverages Market report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the industry. Key players are being profiled along with their respective financials and growth strategies. The report also oversees market size, share, growth rate, revenue, and CAGR reported previously along with its forecast estimation.

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The comprehensive assessment of real-time data on the business environment proposes a more specialized aspect of threats and challenges companies are likely to face in the years to come. For the better grasp insight of the market, this report has provided a detailed analysis of drivers restraints, and trends that dominate the present market scenario and also the future status of the global Organic Food & Beverages market during the projected period of 2019-2024.

Coverage of essential data on investment feasibility, return on investment, demand and supply, import and export, consumption volume and production capability aim at establishing the industry owners in multiple growth phases including the initial stages, product development and prioritizing potential geography. All important data assessed in the report are presented through charts, tables, and graphic images.

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Major Players in Organic Food & Beverages market are:, Kout Food Group, Lactalis Groupe, Kellogg Co., Danone SA, Dean Foods, Herfy Food Service Company, HiPP GmbH & Co. Vertrieb KG, Cargill, Inc., Kraft Heinz Co, Savencia Fromage & Dairy, Kerry Group Plc, Kuwait Food Company

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Major European naturals programme aims to think small on greener cooling – Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

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An EU-funded project to support the uptake of climate friendly cooling and heating alternatives in smaller-scale retail is seeking respondents for an international survey to better understand the opportunities and key drivers at present to move to new solutions.

The international survey is part of the EUs Refrigerants, Naturally! For Life (RNFL) focus that commenced in June 2019. The work, which will continue up to the end of 2021, is looking at different means of achieving the EUs 2030 climate targets through cooling functions.

A consortium of eight organisations including refrigeration specialists and retail suppliers will help work on the project, with Germany-based consultancy HEAD leading overall work.

RNFL noted that stores selling food have a 50 per cent higher energy usage than other commercial buildings. Given that refrigeration makes up between 30 to 50 per cent of total energy in such stores, it is thus a large contributor to a food retailers environmental impacts, the programme noted.

However, there is currently no reliable data about the use of refrigeration, air conditioning and heating equipment, or on user needs in the organic and small food retail sector.

The consortium added, There is a need to get a better understanding of a small shop owners needs [of what is] the status quo and of the cooling and heating technology trends with the focus on refrigeration equipment used by the organic food retail sector and small supermarkets defined as buildings with up to 1,000 sq m of sales area and other food markets in Europe.

Based on the survey results, shop owners will be provided with a tool to benchmark the performance of its energy demands and greenhouse gas emissions to help inform appliance use.

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The Organic Food and Beverages market has continued to have solid performance amidst a number of dynamic forces shaping the Organic Food and Beverages market, such as a potential trade war, skilled talent shortages, and straining supply chains. .

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Food Certification Market Forecast 2020-2025, Latest Trends and Opportunities – News by aeresearch

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Growth Forecast Report onFood Certification Market size | Industry Segment by Applications (Deep Processing Food and Rough Machining Food), by Type (Green Food, Organic Food and Other), Regional Outlook, Market Demand, Latest Trends, Food Certification Industry Share & Revenue by Manufacturers, Company Profiles, Growth Forecasts 2025.Analyzes current market size and upcoming 5 years growth of this industry.

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Industry Report by, Namely- Organic Food & Beverage Market provides a clear picture of the current market scenario which includes past and estimated future size with respect to value (Mn/Bn USD) and volume (x units), technological advancement, macro economical and governing factors in the Organic Food & Beverage market. The report scrutinizes the market into various segments, end uses, regions and players on the basis of demand pattern, and future prospects.

Organic Food & Beverage Marketreport provides a detailed overview of the industry including both qualitative and quantitative information. It provides an overview and forecast of the global Organic Food & Beverage market based on various segments. Organic Food & Beverage marketoffers size and forecast estimates from the year 2020 to 2029 with respect to five major regions (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and South America).

The factors driving the Organic Food & Beverage market growing trend for self-service BI tools, increasing need & demand for data-driven decision-making, increasing adoption of machine learning, and others. The vendors of Organic Food & Beverage market have huge opportunity form small & medium enterprises (SMEs) segment.

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To present a detailed assessment of the competition prevailing in the global market for respiratory diagnostics, the report profiles companies such as The Hain Celestial Group, Amys Kitchen Inc, Organic Valley, Whole Foods Market Inc, General Mills Inc, WhiteWave Foods, Cargill, Incorporated, Danone S.A., United Natural Foods, Incorporated, Dole Food Company Inc

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In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Global Organic Food & Beverage are as follows:

Base Year: 2019 | Estimated Year: 2020 | Forecast Year: 2020 to 2029

Organic Food & Beverage Market Segmentation Analysis: Classified By product, and region:

Segmentation by Product:

Organic Foods Fruits & Vegetables Meat, Fish, & Poultry Dairy Products Frozen & processed Food Others Organic Beverages Non-Dairy Coffee & Tea Beer & Wine Others

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Get hints about various agreements, product launches, acquisitions, and R&D projects of different Organic Food & Beverage market players.

Outline prominent regions holding a significant share in the global Organic Food & Beverage market along with the key countries.

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A comprehensive evaluation of the changing pattern of consumers across various regions.

Important trends affecting the adoption pattern of Organic Food & Beverage in various industries.

The main objectives of this research report elaborate the overall market overview on Organic Food & Beverage market dynamics, historic volume and value, current & future trends, Porters Five Forces Analysis, robust market methodology, new technological development, upstream and downstream industry chain, cost structure, government policies & regulations, etc. Major companies, company overview, strategy analysis, financial data, products and services, key developments market competition, industry competition structure analysis, SWOT Analysis, etc.

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The primary sources involve the industry experts from the Global Organic Food & Beverage industry including the processing organizations, management organizations, analytics service providers of the industrys value chain. All primary sources were interviewed to gather and authenticate qualitative & quantitative data and determine future prospects.

In the extensive primary research process undertaken for Organic Food & Beverage study, the primary sources industry experts such as CEOs, technology & innovation directors, vice presidents, marketing director, founders and related key executives from various key companies and organizations in the Global Organic Food & Beverage in the industry have been interviewed to obtain and verify both qualitative and quantitative aspects of this research study.

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In Secondary research crucial information about the industry value chain, the total pool of key players, and application areas. It also assisted in market segmentation according to industry trends to the bottom-most level, geographical markets and key developments from both market and technology oriented perspectives.

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1 Organic Food & BeverageMarket Survey

2 Executive Synopsis

3 Global Organic Food & Beverage Market Race by Manufacturers

4 Global Organic Food & Beverage Production Market Share by Regions

5 Global Organic Food & Beverage Consumption by Regions

6 Global Organic Food & Beverage Production, Revenue, Price Trend by Type

7 Organic Food & Beverage Products Market Analysis by Applications

8 Organic Food & Beverage Manufacturing Cost Examination

9 Advertising Channel, Suppliers and Clienteles

10 Market Dynamics

11 Global Organic Food & Beverage Market Estimate

12 Investigations and Conclusion

13 Important Findings in the Global Organic Food & Beverage Study

14 Appendixes

15 company Profile

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LAKEWOOD, Colo.,Dec. 10, 2019/PRNewswire/ --Natural Grocers, America's Nutrition Education ExpertSM, surveyed the company's nutrition experts and pored over the latest research to identify the expectedTop 10 Nutrition Trendsin nutrition and health in 2020.

The author, Natural Grocers' Manager of Scientific Affairs and Nutrition Education Shelby Miller, MS in Dietetics and Exercise Science, pinpoints the most anticipated health, nutrition and food trends in the New Year. Interviews withShelby Millerare available upon request.[1]

1.Begin to Address Our Single-Use Plastic Problem

2019 brought home the very real consequences of our single-use plastic-laden lifestyles. Single-use plastics require vast quantities of fossil fuels and water, which contribute to climate change and pollution. Plastic bags, bottles, utensils, straws, and food packaging are used briefly, but live on in the environment for generations. The good news? The demand for plastic-free alternatives is higher than ever and because of this growing consumer focus, the industry is responding. The more we reduce the demand for single-use plastics and instead purchase reusable bottles, bags, straws and utensils, the better it is for our health and the environment.

TRY THIS TREND:Invest in Stasher Bags for perfect plastic-free lunches or swap out bottled liquid soap for Moon Valley Organic bar soaps.

2.Foundational Supplements to Help Us Thrive

Some say that eating a proper diet is all you need to get the vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients required for optimal health. But despite our best efforts, we often miss the nutritional mark by eating suboptimal foods that lack key nutrients. A simple daily regimen of Five-to-Thrive Foundational Supplements can help catapult us into optimal health.

TRY THIS TREND:If you haven't already, set yourself up for success with these foundational nutrients including a multivitamin, EPA & DHA, lutein, and magnesium. Talk to your Nutritional Health Coach (NHCSM) at Natural Grocers to figure out which super nutrient can help you best reach your health goals!

3.Salt & Butter Are Healthy. Yes. Healthy.

Modern nutrition science is forcing us to question many long-accepted nutritional paradigms. Two of the paramount examples are salt and butter ingredients that make healthy vegetables more delicious (seriously, name one vegetable that isn't improved with salt and butter), but that we've all been taught to feel guilty about indulging in. However, new data shows that we might suffer from gettingtoo littlesodium and fat rather than too much.

Sodiumis, in fact, a necessary electrolyte. In addition, fats, especially saturated fats, have been demonized for far too long. Research shows that saturated fats are not detrimental to health and in fact play a crucial role in our body's daily functioning. The real culprit driving poor health is sugar and chemically modified fats like mono- and diglycerides and hydrogenated vegetable oils.

TRY THIS TREND:Add someRedmond Realsalt and lemon juice to your water bottle and if you haven't jumped on the Kerrygold Butter bandwagon yet, take the leap!

4.Responsible Plant-Based Choices

Climate change is the single most important challenge facing us today. The plant-based diet is a popular habit many are adopting with hopes of reducing their carbon footprint and protecting Mother Earth. As well-intentioned as the plant-based approach may be, if we really think about the foods we eat, many of the mainstream, plant-based products aren't as earth-friendly as we might think.

Plant-based meat substitutions that rely on conventionally grown primary ingredients are the opposite of good for the environment. If GMOs, fertilizers, pesticides, and other industrial farming practices were utilized to make your soy burger, it'smoredetrimental to the environment. If plant-based is the route for you, try to shift to truly sustainable plant-based food choices. Support organic farming methods that foster soil health and can reverse climate change by essentially sucking the carbon out of the atmosphere and depositing it into the ground, where it belongs.

TRY THIS TREND:Look no further than the organic produce at Natural Grocers (it's the only produce we carry) and hunt for that USDA organic seal with an unheard-of-level of enthusiasm.

5.Brain Hacking: Nutrients to Shield Our Brains from Stress

Let's face it, we're all stressed out, and whether it's acute or chronic, stress is bad news for our brains you've likely experienced the mental exhaustion, poor mood, and lack of focus and memory that results from stress; even worse, prolonged stress can lead to depression and anxiety. Become proactive at protecting your noggin from the negative effects ofstresswith nutrients shown to support the brain's ability to cope with stress.

Phosphatidylserine (PS)is a phospholipid, and studies show it can help improve cognition and support the hippocampus, a region of the brain that bears the brunt of stress. Acetyl-L-carnitine has the unique ability to pass through the blood-brain barrier where it supports mental energy, improves cognitive function and focus, and fights depression.Mushroomslike lion's mane, cordyceps, and reishi support mental acuity, energize the brain, and support concentration and clarity during times of stress.[2]

TRY THIS TREND:Read up on the scientific research behind phosphatidylserine, acetyl-L-carnitine, and the mood-supporting mushroom supplements and see how they can support you.

6.Health Coaching: Offering the One-on-One Support You Need

The average patient-doctor interaction lasts a mere seven minutes. This doesn't offer nearly enough time to provide one-on-one, personalized wellness solutions for your health concerns. Thus, more and more people are turning to health coaches for nutrition know-how based on science and validated research.

At Natural Grocers, we put the emphasis on nutrition with our NHCs, who receive more than 160 hours of science-based continuing education and nutrition training annually. The aim of ourNHCsis to help individuals live their best and healthiest lives by focusing on their individual health needs and goals in a personalized and supportive way. Our NHCs are all credentialed and all of their services, including 90-minute individualized coaching sessions, are FREE.

TRY THIS TREND:Let us help you achieve the health results you crave. Reach out to your NHC and rewrite your story!

7.Regenerative Agriculture to Fight Climate Change

There is nothing more important than our food choices when it comes to our own health and to the health of the planet. Climate change is a daunting challenge that is facing all of us and we can all make a difference by choosing food grown using regenerative agriculture. Organic produce, grass-fed and pasture-based animal products and biodynamic olive oil and wines are foods that not only support our overall health and wellbeing but have the potential, when done right, to help reverse climate change.

Regenerative agricultureis defined as farming and grazing practices that, among other things,reverseclimate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded nutrients, resulting in soil that can sequester CO2 from the atmosphere and improve the water cycle. At Natural Grocers, we strongly believe that our food choices can affect real change and one of the most measurable ways to support the health of the planet is to support farmers and ranchers practicing regenerative land management.

TRY THIS TREND:Try some tasty Thousand Hills grass-fed ground beef or beef jerky andread upon how regenerative agriculture is making it easy to inspire change with our food choices.

8.Biohack Your Health with Methylation Adaptogens

"Methylation" has become a buzzword among the health and wellness community, and while it may not yet be on your radar, it is one of the most important biohacks for health out there, and methylation adaptogens make it easier to manage. Methylation is required for just about every single process that goes on in the body, from gene expression to the production of RNA and DNA, to the production of neurotransmitters to mitochondrial health.

But balance is the key. When balanced, when the body does not over or under methylate all of these systems work and we feel great. We sleep well, have loads of energy, can focus, remember and learn, our joints don't ache, and our cardiovascular system is in tip-top shape. On the other hand, methylation imbalances can lead to a wide range of conditions, including depression, anxiety, heart disease, increased risk of cancer, hormone imbalance, poor detox capacity, infertility, birth defects, fatigue, and low energy.

Methylation adaptogens help to restore methylation balancewell and include nutrients like lutein, curcumin, and grape seed extract. These are nutrients that gently support our body's own ability to stabilize and balance methylation, without the risk of over or under-methylating.

TRY THIS TREND:Explore the new research on methylation and hypermethylation and check out some of the methylation adaptogens that are also Foundational Supplements such as lutein.

9.Mental Wellbeing Prioritized

Mental health is just as important as physical health and we need to shift focus to supporting mental wellbeing with a healthy diet and the right supplements.

Explore ways to support mental health, with products such as Bach flower remedies and essential oils, as well as supplements like magnesium and acetyl-L-carnitine, all powerful tools to help bring balance and calm. Take a holistic approach and look to modalities like meditation, emotional freedom technique (EFT), body energy work, and talk therapy in combination with nutrition and supplements to support mental wellbeing.

TRY THIS TREND:Check out Bach Rescue Pastilles, the new Calm magnesium gummies, or pick up one of the new EO essential oil rollers to keep in your back pocket for when you need some re-centering.

10.Support Your GI Tract from Top to Bottom

Learning to appreciate our gut bugs has opened our eyes to the idea that having healthy digestion is the "first domino" to supporting the rest of our healthincluding our immune system, brain health, and more. But supporting digestion isn't simply taking a probiotic and loving your large intestine. Learn how to support the health of your entiregastrointestinal tractand how to promote intestinal wellness with nutrients like DGL, zinc carnosine, and L-glutamine that nourish and heal the lining of the intestinal tract. Digestive enzymes are also coming to center stage to support our small intestine and its daunting daily task of breaking down the foods we eat into the nutrients we need to support every single cell and bodily process. Every. Single. One.

TRY THIS TREND:Read up on how to best support yourdigestive healthand digestive comfort and do something today to treat your gut to a little TLC. Try a cup of bone broth or a kombucha for an easy first step.

About Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, Inc. (NYSE: NGVC; is an expanding specialty retailer of organic and natural groceries, body care products and dietary supplements. The company offers a flexible, neighborhood-store format, affordable prices and free, science-based nutrition education programs to help customers make informed health and nutrition choices. Founded inColoradoin 1955, Natural Grocers has more than 3,500 employees and operates 154 stores in 20 states.

[1] The statements in this press release have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

[2] Mushroom supplements may be contraindicated for people with certain types of autoimmune disease. If you have an autoimmune condition, please contact your healthcare professional before taking a dietary supplement containing mushrooms.

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