Members of at the NPA Midwest/MAHO Region are Independent Natural Products Industry Retailers, Manufacturers, Brokers and Distributors throughout the Midwest.

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The NPA Midwest/MAHO Summer Splash Convention and MAHO Expo is the annual premier event bringing association retailers, exhibitors and industry professionals together.

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With your participation we continue to effect policy change and ensure that we maintain your right to sell products, and the rights of your customers to make healthy choices.

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Serving the States of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

NPA Midwest/MAHO Mission – As the leading voice of the natural products industry, the Natural Products Association Midwest/MAHO Region’s mission is to advocate for the rights of consumers to have access to products that will maintain and improve their health, and for the rights of retailers and suppliers to sell these products.

Our Membership Services include Legislative Advocacy, Annual Trade Show and Convention, Educational Programing, Member Benefit and Cost-Saving Programs such as Bankcard Processing Services, Property/Casualty Insurance and Retail Store Design just to name a few.

Why should I join The NPA Midwest/MAHO?

As a business owner your livelihood depends on your customer’s freedom of choice. NPA Midwest provides you with a voice that reaches far beyond the front doors of your business.

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Here is an album we can support! Neil Young (Willie Nelson's two sons on it as well) is releasing "The Monsanto Years" in June!

"Nobody likes Monsanto," Lukas says. "Nobody wants GMOs in their food, or at least they want to know if they're in there so they can say, 'No' if they want."
"I want a cup of coffee, but I don't want a GMO," Young sings on The Monsanto Years song "Rock Starbucks." "I love to start my day off without helping Monsanto/Monsanto, let our farmers grow what they want to grow/From the fields of Nebraska from the banks of the Ohio/Farmers won't be free to grow what they want to grow/If corporate control takes over the American farm/ with fascist politicians and chemical giants walking arm in arm."
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