Membership

MAHO members are Independent Natural Products Industry Retailers, Manufacturers, Brokers and Distributors throughout the Midwest.

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Trade Show

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

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Advocacy

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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MAHO EXPO "SUMMER SPLASH" CONVENTION & TRADE SHOW

July 24-26, 2020 - Hilton Columbus at Easton

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

MAHO Mission – As the leading regional voice of the natural products industry, MAHO’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 MAHO Expo and “Summer Splash” Convention, Educational Programming, Member Benefit and great Cost-Saving Programs such as Bankcard Processing Services, Property/Casualty Insurance and Retail Store Design just to name a few.

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Flu vaccines often contain high levels of thimerosal, which is 50% mercury.
When anyone gets a flu shot from their local health department, Walmart, CVS, University Health Center, etc it is from a multi-dose vials that contain the highest level of Thimerosal: 50 mcg. for the adult dose and 25 mcg. for the pediatric dose. When a pregnant woman gets a flu shot her tiny fetus is being injected with levels of toxic mercury that are hundreds of times above the “safe limit” (as defined by the EPA).

Those pregnant mothers and infants who are most likely to get the flu vaccines with mercury are those who are the least likely to have adequate health care. Physicians in private practices are more likely to use single-dose vials.

If the fetus survives and if he/she is vaccinated again at six months, 18 months and every year after that, and if those vaccines are administered from multi-dose vials, he or she is getting a whopping dose of mercury every year.
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