Wellness Demo Fair At Nature’s Bin On May 17th

Do you have questions about vitamins or digestive supplements? Have you always wanted to try that green beverage you’ve seen but weren’t sure you’d like? Nature’s Bin is hosting a wellness demo fair so that you can talk with vendors and try their products. The Demo Fair will be held at the Cornucopia Vocational training Center on Saturday, May 17 from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. That’s at 18228 Sloane Avenue, just across the parking lot from Nature’s Bin.

Samples and product information will be available from many vendors including E3 Live blue-green algae, Garden of Life raw protein, Inca Tea made from blue corn, Morning Song Gardens beeswax products, Nature’s Bin Deli and Bakery, NeoCell skin care, ReNew Life digestive supplements, The Sweet Spot gelato, Vega plant-based protein supplements and Zema Food baking products. Author Christy Bykowski will also be on hand to discuss her children’s book, “Gluten-Free Me, Beckman Goes to School.”

“So many of our customers have questions about the products we carry or would just like to sample some products before they buy them,” explained Nicki Schneider, Vitamin Supplement Manager at Nature’s Bin. “We thought this would be a good way to offer this opportunity to our customers and help them to better understand some of the products that we carry.”

Nature’s Bin, a natural and organic foods market located in Lakewood, Ohio, is operated by the nonprofit, Cornucopia, Inc. Cornucopia offers unique and successful programs that provide vocational training leading to employment for people with disabilities. Cornucopia’s programs serve people with a wide range of disabilities including developmental disabilities, autism, mental illness, visual, speech and hearing impairments, and injuries resulting from accident or illness. Cornucopia/Nature’s Bin has been serving people with disabilities for over 38 years.

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Volume 10, Issue 10, Posted 4:57 PM, 05.13.2014