Naturally Good Expo says expect a big one

2020 is expected to be the most influential year yet for the natural products space in Australia and throughout the world.

On 1-2 June at Sydney’s International Convention Centre, the Naturally Good Expo will feature more than 370 exhibitors and 15 presentations showcasing the hottest products and trends.

In partnership with Australian Organic, Australian Natural Therapies Association and Complimentary Medicines Australia, industry visitors at the B2B event will be able to check out a diverse range of businesses, retailers and producers across the food, beverages, beauty, personal care, health, home and lifestyle sectors.

A natural advantage

“Consumers are now clearly demonstrating that they are willing to pay a premium for natural, organic and healthy products,” says Group Event Director, Naturally Good Jon Perry.

“The Naturally Good Expo is therefore fast becoming a critical event for brands and retailers looking to take advantage of this trend.

“It’s beneficial nowadays for retailers to stock natural and organic products, as those stores will always draw in more customers as opposed to stores that don’t stock such items. So, it’s worthwhile for business owners to learn more about the industry’s ‘natural advantage’.”

New for 2020

The seminar will include a stage dedicated to the beauty and living sector – one of the fastest growing areas within the natural and organic space.

This stage will feature key brands including Weleda, Dr Bonner’s and Grants of Australia who will share their journey and explain how they are responding to ever-changing consumer demands.

Register today to reserve your place.

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