The Australian natural health industry is rapidly growing year on year, with companies continuously creating natural alternatives to their medicinal counterparts.
With consumers now recognising and practicing a holistic health approach in their daily lives, coupled with “Brand Australia” internationally renowned for quality & safety, a visit to Naturally Good’s Natural Health Pavilion is a great opportunity to diversify your product range.
The chance to meet with the producers face to face at Naturally Good gives you the chance to learn about the products in depth so that you and your team can also better educate your customers about the benefits. Providing a unique product range paired with great product knowledge will keep your customers coming back.
Join the growing movement and find your next best seller right here at Naturally Good.
Some products you'll see...
Prebiotics & Probiotics
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Apart from exhibitors, Naturally Good also hosted a seminar program jam-packed with 20 panels, presentations and case studies over the two days of the show. Visitors heard from some of the industry's most preeminent experts, and explored topics such as retail, e-commerce and emerging trends, and took back shopper trend insights, social media tricks and more for your business.
The seminar program was FREE to attend in 2019, allowing visitors to gain a world of knowledge and learn more about the industry their business is involved in.
We work closely with respected industry associations Complementary Medicines Australia (CMA) and the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) to ensure the challenges and issues of the industry are understood and reflected in the show where possible.
Complementary Medicines Australia is the leading expert association exclusively committed to a vital and sustainable complementary healthcare products industry. ANTA is the largest national democratic association of 'recognised professional' traditional, complementary medicine and natural therapy practitioners who work in the areas of health care and preventative medicine.