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Supplement Sellers Are ‘Essential’ Businesses During Pandemic, NPA Appeals To States

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As states and territories order closures of non-essential businesses, with supermarkets and pharmacies considered essential stores, NPA urges governors to consider the importance of its members’ and other natural health product firms’ contributions to their communities.

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