Nutrition Business Journal

Natural/Organic Foods NBJ Back Issues

Nutrition Business Journal's Natural/Organic Foods Back Issues



March 2010: Organic Foods, Beverages & Personal Care

March 2009: Organic Foods & Beverages XIV

March/ April 2008: Organic Markets Overview

February/March 2007: Functional Foods IX: Healthy Foods

March 2006: U.S. Organic Food Industry VI

October/November 2005: Functional Foods VIII: The Emergence of Healthy Foods

March 2004: U.S. Organic Food Industry 2004

November 2002: U.S. Organic Food Markets IV

February 2001: The U.S. Organic Industry III

March 1999: Natural & Organic Foods II

May 1997: Organic Markets I

September 2000: Natural, Organic, and Functional Beverages II

April/May 1998: Functional & Natural Beverages I

NBJ's Organic Foods Report 2006

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NBJ definition of natural foods are foods that focus on the health benefits of foods derived from natural sources and that are, to varying degrees, free of pesticides, additives, preservatives and refined ingredients. Organic foods, sometimes "certified organic," are not only free of chemicals, pesticides, hormones and antibiotics, but go beyond the human health consequences of conventional farming and food manufacturing to embrace principles of sustainable farm management, humane treatment of animals and the social impacts of food production.

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