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

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The MAHO Expo and Summer Splash Convention  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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MAHO is going VIRTUAL for 2020

Friday, July 24 - Thursday, July 30

This Show Will Take Place Wherever You Are!

See our press release or contact the MAHO Office for more information @ 1-800-795-6246

Retailers, Register TODAY to attend the MAHO Virtual Expo 2020


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Vermont’s new food scrap ban, which went into effect on July 1, prohibits residents and businesses from putting organic food waste in the trash. The initiative is part of the state’s goal to divert 50% of waste from landfills to recycling and composting sites.
Residents are advised to collect their food scraps in a separate container and either empty it in a personal compost bin, bring it to a compost drop-off site, or have it removed by a curbside pickup service. The state has more than 100 public and private food scrap sites that residents can visit.
Before the law was passed, a study by the University of Vermont found that 72% of Vermont residents were already composting their food scraps.
Food waste that ends up in landfills releases methane gas. Methane gas contributes to the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere by absorbing and retaining heat.Vermont’s new food scrap ban, which went into effect on July 1, prohibits residents and businesses from putting organic food waste in the trash. The initiative is part of the state’s goal to divert 50% of waste from landfills to recycling and composting sites.

Residents are advised to collect their food scraps in a separate container and either empty it in a personal compost bin, bring it to a compost drop-off site, or have it removed by a curbside pickup service. The state has more than 100 public and private food scrap sites that residents can visit.

Before the law was passed, a study by the University of Vermont found that 72% of Vermont residents were already composting their food scraps.

Food waste that ends up in landfills releases methane gas. Methane gas contributes to the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere by absorbing and retaining heat.
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