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KnoWEwell Leads Natural Awakenings into the Future

KnoWEwell, P.B.C., the Regenerative Whole Health benefits and services company, has acquired Natural Awakenings Publishing Corporation. “This is a transformational moment for both companies. Readers and consumers looking for trusted knowledge and education related to whole health, sustainable green living and community connections, locally and globally, will surely benefit from this collaboration,” says Kimberly Whittle, CEO of both companies.

Whittle will continue the legacy of Natural Awakenings founder Sharon Bruckman, whose vision nearly 30 years ago developed into a franchise with scores of publishers in different markets across the country. Because publishers are local to their readership, they are well-equipped to connect readers with the best local natural health and sustainable living resources. Publishers also can offer their readers national articles that are produced by a team of professional journalists. “It’s the best of both worlds,” says Whittle.

KnoWEwell operates the Regenerative Whole Health Hub, a digital ecosystem, community and marketplace that centralizes global health and well-being knowledge, resources and connections. With a mission to transform health care, it is connecting the dots between regenerative organic agriculture, lifestyle choices, social issues and environmental solutions to inspire and empower individuals to prevent harm, address the root causes of chronic disease and achieve “WELLthier Living.”

KnoWEwell’s acquisition will provide opportunities for the two companies to complement each other. Says Whittle, “We’re growing a movement as we share knowledge, celebrate healing success stories, provide access to evidence-based resources and create meaningful connections while helping today’s consumers, whole-health providers, mission-aligned nonprofits, businesses and advertisers thrive. Together, we’re addressing global, local and personal issues—the nexus for consumer consciousness, healing and hope.”

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