Health Stores UK welcomes £3,000 donation from NHT Summit organiser Target Publishing 

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Health Stores UK has welcomed a donation of nearly £3,000 from Target Publishing, organiser of the HNT Summit. 

Target, which publishes Health Food Business, made the donation as part of its ongoing partnership with Health Stores UK (formerly the NAHS) with its NHT Summit events.  The 2022 event, staged exclusively for independent health food stores, took place in Manchester. 

Health Stores UK Chairman, Len Glenville, commented: “Health Stores UK are delighted to accept this donation from Target Publishing following on from yet another highly successful NHT Summit. We are extremely grateful for the generosity of Target Publishing in supporting not only Health Stores UK but also all independent retailers in our sector.”

David Cann, Managing Director at Target Publishing, added: “We are proud of our longstanding partnership with Health Stores UK, and equally proud to be able to host an event that is designed with independent retailers in mind – a sector that is at the heart of Target Publishing and one that we have invested in during our 22-year history.

“Health Stores UK offers a vital service to independent health stores, and we look forward to continuing our relationship with the organisation in the future, through our evolution of the NHT Summit to add an event in Bristol, to keeping the trade in the UK and Ireland informed through Health Food Business, and supporting retailers with our in-store consumer magazine, Natural Lifestyle.”

Health Stores UK co-chairs Len Glenville and Melanie Beard with the cheque from Target Publishing

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