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4222
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Doug Brendle, founder and former CEO of defunct Brendle's chain store, has come out of retirement. Three years ago he opened Doug Brendle's Natural Health Super Store in Winston-Salem. The store is the area's largest organic grocer and has the biggest selection of vitamins and herbal supplements. In 1998, sales were over $2 million.
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28974
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Living Kitchen, a Charlotte restaurant with two new locations in Raleigh and Chapel Hill, offers a massive menu of vegan food. Opened by Juliana Luna in 2010, the health food is mostly raw and does not contain animal products, soy, GMOs, or gluten.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 34 Issue 9, March 2017, p19-20, il Periodical Website
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29844
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Nutritionists in Asheville, North Carolina are teaching people how to forage for edible foods in the wild. Wild Abundance, a wild food, homesteading and primitive skills school, says better nutrition comes from eating wild produce, mushrooms, plants and weeds. The process of foraging develops independence and increases flexibility and variety.
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John Herbert Caudle discovered raw honey as a way to cope with the effects of his cancer treatments. Caudle’s business, Herb’s Honey, produces raw honey, which is not heated or mixed with corn syrup, like most processed honeys are. Caudle became interested in beekeeping after learning about raw honey’s health benefits, including wound treatment, allergy and sore throat relief, and skin-clearing properties.
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