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Alternative Health Care is host to over 18,000 herbal supplements, natural remedies, sports nutrition, organic food & grocery, vitamins, minerals and alternative medicine products. Whether you are a small or large retailer, alternative health provider, individual with a broad network of associates or a large distributor, Alternative Health Care has a reseller program designed just for you! Apply now to become a dropshipper for $299 per year.

  • New Account Center Tool
  • Quick Order, Status & Tracking Information
  • Search by Our New Updated Categories
  • Search by Product Attributes Including Gluten Free, Yeast Free, Dairy Free, Fair Trade, Vegan, Kosher & Organic Products
  • Get Access to 18,000+ Products
  • Additional 3,000 NEW Products
  • Over 800 of the top Brand Names
  • 25 NEW Brand Names Including Now Foods & Country Life
  • MAP Pricing Support
  • Downloadable Product Data (some data may be limited)
  • Downloadable Product Images (7,606 images of the 17,843)
  • Downloadable Inventory Reports on Out-of-Stock & Discontinued
  • Downloadable Top 100 Best -Sellers Report
  • Manufacturer & Overstock Specials - Save 10-40% OFF Wholesale
  • Complete Manufacturer List Download
  • NEW Online Trouble Ticket System
  • Earn Up to 50% Profit!
  • 85% Inventory Guarantee
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FAQ's about Wholesale & Dropship:

What is required to be a wholesaler or dropshipper? - Anyone can sell our products but we do require that you have the appropriate tax information that your state or local laws require. A tax ID or business license must be submitted at the time of application for the account to be approved. Those accounts that do not submit the required information will be held in a pending status until the appropriate tax documentation has been received. 


How Long Does Approval Take? - Immediately, once you fill out the online application and pay for your one year membership you can begin to place orders.


What is the Profit Margin on Each Product? - Profit margins can vary from product to product but can be as high as 70%. There are many variables the determine pricing of each product and prices may vary from month to month depending on the demand, availability and Alternative Health Care's inventory. 


How Do I place Dropship Orders? - Once your account is approved you may log in and place orders online and your order will be shipped directly to your customer's address. 


Where Do I Get Product Images and Descriptions? - Pictures and descriptions are available for download in the customer administration center.


Can I Sell the Products on eBay or Amazon? - Yes, you may sell products on eBay and Amazon, however Alternative Health Care does not backorder any out of stock or discontinued items. 


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Why Choose Our Industry?

A Business that is thriving in a struggling economy?
Sales of herbal and botanical dietary supplements in the United States rose slightly in some market channels in 2008, according to data gathered from market research firms. Information Resources Inc. (IRI) found steady growth of herbal supplement sales in the mainstream market channel, and SPINS has reported that botanical supplement sales remained relatively stable in the health and natural food stores sector. Nutrition Business Journal, meanwhile, has pooled various primary and secondary data sources and determined that total estimated herb sales in the US market rose by 0.9% in 2008.
$68 Billion Strong: Natural Products Industry Still on the Grow
New Hope Natural Media recently released its Natural Foods Merchandiser 2008 Market Overview, revealing a nearly 10 percent overall growth of the natural products industry. Natural product retailers account for 47 percent of the $68 billion industry in the U.S. Retailers continue to lead the charge with plans to open new stores in 2009, ensuring further growth.

Growing the Organic Food and Grocery Business
One study, undertaken by the Organic Trade Association, surveyed manufacturers about the organic industry for 2008. The survey indicated that U.S. sales of organic products, both food and and non-food, have grown from $1 billion in 1990 to an estimated $24.6 billion in 2008, increasing 17 percent in the last year despite the current economic situation. Organic food sales rose nearly 16 percent, totaling $22.9 billion, and organic non-food sales rose 39 percent, totaling $1.6 billion.



As Economy Is Down, Vitamin Sales Are Up

At the Vitamin Shoppe, a national chain with 414 stores, customers have been expressing alarm over health care costs and the high unemployment rate, said Tom Tolworthy, the company chairman. “The reduction of benefits associated with prescription drugs is sending people to prevention and alternative health care,” he said.


The Vitamin Shoppe has tracked a rise in new customers of about 20 percent over the last six months, Mr. Tolworthy said. That increase is at least 25 percent higher than the rise in new customers that the chain saw in the recession of 2001.


Nationally, the numbers tell a similar story. For the three months ending Dec. 28, sales of vitamins rose nearly 8 percent compared with the same period in 2007, according to Information Resources Inc., a market research company in Chicago. At the same time, sales of other health-related products — like cough and cold remedies, first-aid products and pain relievers — have been dipping, according to the Nielsen Company.


The strong sales of vitamins and supplements have continued into this year. “Our best January and February in history are the ones that just happened,” said Tom Newmark, chief executive of New Chapter Inc., a 26-year-old supplements manufacturer in Brattleboro, Vt. Direct evidence linking the rise in sales to the recession is more anecdotal than scientific, though industry analysts said they saw the same correlation — though less pronounced — in previous downturns.