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Fresh Thyme Market at City Foundry STL
Get a fresh start to your year at Fresh Thyme Market! Proudly located at City Foundry STL, Fresh Thyme is your new neighborhood grocery store. They’re focused on bringing fresh, affordable and local products to Midtown St. Louis and beyond. You’ll love the full grocery selection, meat and deli counters, as well as the extensive natural and organic options. Be sure to visit the in-store café, home to Iron Drop, which features artisanal scratch-made biscuits and carefully curated craft roasted coffee menus, and Ace Sushi with delicious sushi made fresh daily, hot food options and boba tea. Check out the $5 sushi rolls every Thursday.
Fresh Thyme’s food doesn’t only look, smell and taste good – it’s also good for you. Get all the nutrients you need and all the flavors you crave while supporting trusted partners, brands and farmers. Shop confidently and let your appetite guide the way knowing that every item in the store has been hand-selected with care.
Stop by the natural living section this January for a sale on vitamins and body care, when you can get 30% off all those items in the store from Jan. 5 to 11, 2022 – take advantage of this amazing deal!
3701 Foundry Way, Suite 201, St. Louis, 314.597.4400,

Lona’s Lil Eats
If you enjoy Asian soul food with a flare but want to indulge in a healthy manner, Lona’s Lil Eats’ homestyle meals are light yet satisfying and keep your body fueled all day long. There are plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, and customization is encouraged. Sauces – which range from sweet or savory to sour or spicy – provide full-bodied flavors, and any entree can be made into a salad if you’re trying to work more veggies into your diet. Plus, everything is made fresh with no preservatives or MSG. To up your antioxidant intake, complete your meal with the vast selection of teas, from green and white to oolong and black.
2199 California Ave., St. Louis, 314.925.1888,

Jane Dispensary
Jane Dispensary is a medical cannabis boutique on the Delmar Loop that provides a sophisticated experience while educating the public and helping to remove the stigma of cannabis, which can be an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. Marijuana has a plethora of health benefits and particularly helps with inflammation – both in the general population and for those with inflammatory autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease and many more. When aiming to reduce inflammation with cannabis, it’s imperative to choose a product with a high CBD to THC ratio as CBD is the most effective anti-inflammatory cannabinoid. Stop by the Jane storefront to speak with a cannabis consultant to find the best products to meet your needs.
6662 Delmar Blvd., University City,

Fresh Gatherings Cafe + Farm at Saint Louis University
Fresh Gatherings Cafe + Farm is a student-run cafe operated by the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics that is open to the public and located on SLU’s Medical Campus. The cafe sources from its organic urban farm on campus and from local farmers and growers in Missouri and Illinois. It is open for breakfast and lunch with a full-service coffee bar. Fan favorites include oat milk lattes, breakfast burritos and croissants, but there are also daily hot lunch specials, grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, soups and baked goods. Fresh Gatherings Cafe + Farm exemplifies SLU’s Jesuit principles in support of development of the whole person. They believe in the value of good food to nourish the mind, body and spirit. The leading program in nutrition and culinary arts allows students to combine their two passions into a career.
3404 Rutger St., St. Louis,, @freshgatherings, @slunutrition1818

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Terms like cannabidiol (CBD) or tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) were also not be allowed to be used in cosmetics claims.

At the moment, ingredients like hemp seed extract or hemp seed oil are allowed to be used.

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Thailand: Cannabis beauty boost

“I would say the government would like to promote cannabis as part of the economic plan, so we can expect to see a lot of upcoming products on cannabis.”

The Thai government announced on January 11, 2021, that domestic manufacturers were allowed to produce cosmetics containing hemp seed oil or hemp seed extract – provided that the levels of THC do not exceed 0.2% by weight.

Dr Atthachai Homhuan, director of regulatory affairs at Tilleke & Gibbins, told CosmeticsDesign-Asia​ that further developments are expected in this space.

He added that he believed this will happen eventually, given that Thailand is eager to promote the cannabis industry.