New website unveiled for Health Stores UK

Having had a re-design to reflect the new look and direction of the organization, a new website has been unveiled for Health Stores UK.

Len Glenville, Health Stores UK co-chair, comments on the changes: “The new site is the last piece in the jigsaw of our transition from the NAHS to Health Stores UK. It has a clean, contemporary look and brings together a fantastic set of resources for our members along with the latest industry news, trade and legislative updates. It’s also where to go to find out about Health Stores UK’s growing offering of networking opportunities. And you can access a whole range of valuable marketing tools straight from the site. We’re looking forward to adding some new video content and virtual ‘store tours’ in the coming months, making the site even more engaging and interactive.

It has a clean, contemporary look and brings together a fantastic set of resources for our members

“We think the new website gives us a great new platform to communicate to members, the wider industry, policy makers and opinion formers. It’s also the perfect complement to our consumer facing HealthyDoesIt site. We hope you’ll find it both useful and enjoyable. Take a look around and let us know what you think!”

Visitors to the site can download a digital copy of Cheryl Thallon’s new book How to Start & Run A Successful Health Store. The digital edition is free to Health Stores UK members (via the Members’ Area) and available to non-members for £25.

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Having spent the early part of career putting her BA (Hons) in Media Writing to use as a freelancer writer across a number of industries – from wellbeing, food and travel to design and events – Rosie Greenaway’s post as editor of Natural Products News and Natural Beauty News began in 2017. In 2018 she co-launched NPN’s 30 under 30 initiative, is a regular presenter and speaker on industry panels, is a judge of several awards schemes in food and beauty (from the Soil Association’s BOOM Awards to the Who’s Who in Green Beauty Scandinavia) and acts as an Advisory Board Member for the Sustainable Beauty Coalition.