Herbal poll

Radice, Carol
May 1998
Progressive Grocer;May98, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p141
Trade Publication
Forecasts an increase in the sales of herbal supplements in 1998 according to a report from Packaged Facts. Sales growth of products from foreign suppliers due to the reluctance of the United States to legitimize herbs as therapeutic remedies; Impact of medical research on herbal sales.


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