5@5: Neil Young donates $100K to Vermont GMO labeling efforts | Campbell pledges to clean up its soups

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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.

Neil Young pledges $100K to Vermont's GMO lawsuit

The legendary rocker is supporting the state's initiative to label GMOs in the face of an attempt by a coalition of groups to overturn the law passed in 2014. Read more at Time...

 

Campbell to cut artificial flavors, colors by 2018

As it tries to turn around years of declining demand for its soups, Campbell joins a band of big food companies pledging to move their products more toward natural. Read more at Bloomberg...

Are 'superfoods' over?

The undefined and unregulated "superfood" label is all about marketing and money-making. Read more at Civil Eats...

 

Healthier, higher-quality meat gains favor among consumers

According to Packaged Facts, healthier meat is among the fastest-growing categories in the organic food market. Read more at Specialty Food News...

 

Takeover offer rejected as new a2 Milk suitors emerge

Attempts by Freedom Foods and Dean Foods Company to take over the Australian diary company were unsuccessful, as a2 Milk says revenue is growing and "a number of different players in different geographic locations" are interested in buying it. Read more at The Sydney Morning Herald...

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