5@5: Organic craze emerges in China | FTC isn't tracking junk food marketing to kids

[email protected]: Organic craze emerges in China | FTC isn't tracking junk food marketing to kids

Today's natural news docket includes: Organic food craze emerges in China amid food safety scandals; FTC has no plans to follow up on 2012 report on food marketing to children; Beyond Meat becomes a media darling for food tech.

Natural news for the week of Dec. 29

Starbucks adopts cage-free eggs, no artificial growth hormones pledge Dec. 29, 2014 by Molly Harbarger via OregonLive.com Starbucks pledged last week to only use cage-free eggs in their pastries and sandwiches, among other animal welfare policies... Inside The Indiana Megadairy Making Coca-Cola's New Milk Dec. 25, 2014 by Dan Charles via NPR.org The idea for New Milk didn't come from Coca-Cola at all. It emerged from a huge, high-tech dairy farm in Indiana.... Farm Fresh? Natural? Eggs Not Always What...View "Natural news for the week of Dec. 29" on Spundge

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