by Dorothy Crouch on Sep 1, 2014
“The popularity of organic food among consumers is growing as shoppers seek products with basic, naturally grown, chemical-free ingredients. Organic certification by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) allows food manufacturers to include its organic seal on products that comprise 95 percent or more certified-organic content. Organic food sales in 2013 have been estimated at more than $34 billion, according to the USDA. Many consumers are now carefully reading labels, researching the origins of…”

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by Nora Caley on Jul 31, 2014
“Sometimes a keyword search can save time and effort—and not just with online searches. Pet owners shopping for natural grooming products read labels, and they look for certain words and phrases that suggest a product is natural. People who want their pets to be clean, fresh smelling and healthy want…”
by Dorothy Crouch on Jul 1, 2014
“As the popularity of natural lifestyles soars, cleaning-supply manufacturers have moved their green offerings to the head of the pack. By whittling down the list of ingredients in their products and discovering methods of creating effective, yet natural, pet-safe cleaning options, companies are meeting the increasing demand of green-conscious pet…”
by Lindsey Wojcik on Jun 1, 2014
“Instead of circling around a room to find the most comfortable spot on the floor, these days more pets are nuzzling into a bed of their own to get a good night’s sleep; and with more dogs catching some shut-eye in a bed specifically designed for them, demand for pet…”
by Dorothy Crouch on May 1, 2014
“    In order to be successful, pet-treat manufacturers must not only satisfy the needs of the animals that are consuming their products, they also have to impress pet parents who recognize these animals as family members. As pet parents continue to demand naturally produced pet treats, retailers have begun…”