Nancy Coulter-Parker

Director of Insights and Product Development, New Hope Natural Media


As Director of Insights and Product Development, Nancy has the wonderful job of examining all avenues of the natural products industry with a focus on new content and research initiatives. She is passionate about broadening the audience reach of the natural products industry. As of late she has been crossing the country interviewing people about what "healthy" means and how this translates to the products they buy. The findings of this research are part of New Hope Natural Media's proprietary Future of Wellness study. 

Posts by Nancy Coulter-Parker

UK cracks down on adulterated sports performance supplements

With the opening of the London Olympics just days away, the UK is stepping up enforcement on the sports nutrition industry with warning letters for....More

Why changing the world doesn't start at the supermarket

Annie Leonard, creator of "The Story of Stuff," introduces "The Story of Change," and tells us how we as consumers and citizens can create a....More

Why I'll still buy organic, even if purists think it's corrupted

Like any industry, organic has its shortcomings. But compared with conventional agriculture, there are still many values that make organic a....More

Easy summer recipes loaded with antioxidants

Enjoy these quick and easy summer recipes that will limit your time in the kitchen but maximize your antioxidant intake....More

Sir Richard's Condom Company unveils raw messaging

Sir Richard's Condom Company's tell-it-like-it-is advertising is the type of raw messaging millennials are craving....More

Honoring natural products leader Lance Gentry

Last week, the natural product's industry lost a member of its community, Lance Gentry, president of Justin's Nut Butter. Known to be a passionate....More

Food comes from people, not brands

It's easy for the person behind a brand to fade into the background—unless your name is your brand, such as Justin of Justin's Nut Butter....More

Why the organic industry needs to get political

It's time for organic to get political, and we're not just talking about signing petitions or holding a rally. It's time to put some money where our....More

The surprising—and hidden—costs of aquaculture

Aquaculture is here to stay, according to industry thought leaders at last week's Sustainable Food Institute's Cooking for Solutions summit. But at....More

Young consumers say GMO = genetically modified organic?

While the food elite continue to argue about “GMO thresholds” and the difference between “organic” and “natural” behind closed doors, they have....More

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