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Lisa Bronner

Dr. Bronner's
Founder

Lisa Bronner is a prolific writer, consumer advocate, and speaker on health and green lifestyle issues. She is author of the blog, “Going Green with a Bronner Mom,” and granddaughter of Dr. Emanuel Bronner, founder of Dr. Bronner’s—the top-selling brand of natural soaps in North America and producer of other organic body care and food products.  Lisa helps many make the transition to a healthier home and lifestyle. Additionally, she is a vocal proponent for GM labelling, fair trade, and other issues Dr. Bronner’s supports to bring about social justice and environmental sustainability

 

 

Any key session points that you’d like to highlight?

“An opportunity for independent retailers to find out how to attract more of the family market into their stores.”

“Why building relationships with families can bring you customers for life.”

“How brands can benefit from being a family brand.”

What are you looking forward to about Natural & Organic Products Europe 2017?

“This will be my first time at the show so it will be a fantastic opportunity to meet some of our UK and European retailers face to face. I’m also looking forward to seeing the natural product trends compared to what’s happening at home in the US.”

What do you think is next for natural health and wellness?

“Community connections.  Shared beliefs bring people together and with the rise of online activity, there has a been a huge surge in communities for every conceivable interest. These people influence one another so we will see more brands and retailers seeking engagement and partnership with these communities. “

What are the key trends you think buyers/retailers (ie the show’s visitors) should be looking out for this year?

“Clean labelling. Although we’ve been campaigning on this for many years, customers at last are now reading the labels on their beauty and skincare products as carefully as they do food labels. Skincare is recognised as an extension of their health so looking for ingredients to avoid is now becoming more commonplace.”

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