5@5: Dozens of new Hampton Creek products coming to Target, Walmart | Apps help consumers eat sustainably

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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.

Exclusive: Hampton Creek makes big move beyond mayo in Walmart and Target

A whopping 43 new products including baking mixes and salad dressings are set to be rolled out by the plant-based food company in Walmart and Target in the next few months. Read more at Fortune...

 

There aren't enough of them, but these apps can help you eat sustainably

Help consumers find sustainable restaurants, local farm produce and learn more about the sustainability and nutrition of products by suggesting these apps. Read more at The Washington Post...

Urban beekeeping has come to L.A.

In a growing number of cities, hives dot backyards and rooftops. In L.A., urban beekeeping just became legal in October. Read more at Munchies...

 

Activated charcoal heats up: The new hot detox drink ingredient

There's no real evidence that it works, but restaurants and bars are tapping this detox trend. Read more at Today Food...

 

Herbalife says it overstated growth data

The number of active new members in 2015 was incorrectly reported because or a database error, said the supplement and weight loss product company, which is being investigated following accusations that it's a pyramid scheme. Read more at The New York Times...

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