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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.

In 'overcrowded' food delivery market, venture capitalists are still hungry for more

Rumor has it that restaurant delivery service DoorDash is lining up another sizable investment round, demonstrating the trend of investors betting big on food delivery apps. But CB Insights calls the market "overcrowded." Read more at Bloomberg Business...

 

Report: Most turkey producers allow routine antibiotic use

Only two of the top 20 turkey producers don't routinely use human antibiotics for disease prevention or growth promotion, according to a new report from the Food Animal Concerns Trust. Read more at Food Safety News...

Why artisinal food makers find it hard to digest growth

The explosion in popularity of organic and specialty foods has left some small business owners with a serious scaling problem. Read more at The Wall Street Journal...

 

This house runs on poop and food waste

Large-scale waste-to-energy systems are becoming more common, and some say the technology is feasible for individual homes, too. Read more at Fast Company...

 

Home grown: Moving next to the farm

A Georgia subdivision its using not a pool or a golf course as its draw, but rather a working farm at the center of the neighborhood. Read more at CBS News...

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