5@5: General Mills leads $3M round for Rhythm Superfoods | Marketing supplements to young athletes?

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Each day at 5 p.m. we collect the five top natural news headlines of the day, making it easy for you to catch up on today's most important natural products industry news.

General Mills takes stake in kale chip maker

Texas company Rhythm Superfoods, which makes vegetable and superfood snacks, got a new round of funding led by the venture arm of General Mills, called 301 Inc. Read more at The StarTribune...


Teen sports faces a nutritional supplement debate

Should supplement companies market supplements to young athletes? Some school districts and athletic organizations are cautioning it; meanwhile, the governing body for high school sports has received sponsorship money a sports nutrition company. Read more at WSJ...

Getting into the NFL is just the beginning for this local snack company

A Jacksonville entrepreneur has gotten his omega-rich snacks into a public school system and the Jacksonville Jaguars organization, and now is working to move into different sports. Read more at Jacksonville Business Journal...


More hospitals are ditching antibiotics in the meat they serve

In the wake of concerns over the meat industry's overuse of antibiotics, more healthcare institutions, like Hackensack University Medical Center, are sourcing meat raised without antibiotics. Read more at NPR...


Sweetgreen to move headquarters to California

The Washington, D.C.-based salad chain is moving as in preparation for West Coast expansion and to be closer to suppliers. Read more at Nation's Restaurant News...

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