Natural Awakenings Opens New Online Store




A Shopping Guide to Conscious Consumption

Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp. (NAPC), a national leader in green and healthy living, has opened a new web store that features items supporting sustainability and natural health for men, women, children and pets. Visitors can shop by product categories that include beauty and skin care, home and office, books and music, fitness, clothing and jewelry, and kids and pets.

NAPC publishes Natural Awakenings magazine in more than 80 franchise markets across the country, serving more than 3 million readers. Each month, these print and online publications take a practical look at the latest natural approaches to nutrition, fitness, creative expression, personal growth and sustainable living.

NAPC founder Sharon Bruckman says the new web store continues that tradition of empowering healthy living and a healthy planet. “Since 1994, Natural Awakenings magazine has provided our readers with inspirational guidance on health, fitness, personal growth and green living. Our new store offers the very best products we can find that support living in growing balance with ourselves, our community and the natural world. We intend this web store to be a shopping guide to ‘conscious consumption’ that supports the ideals of sustainability, natural health and the interconnectedness of all things.”

The online store will regularly feature new additions and specials, and visitors can subscribe to a free digital newsletter for exclusive email offers.


For more information, visit NAWebStore.com.

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