5@5: Whole Foods to stop sourcing food from prison-work program | Coming soon: A salty snack acquisition?

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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.

Colorado prisons unhappy with Whole Foods decision not to sell prison food products

Whole Foods Market said this week it will stop selling tilapia, trout or goat cheese produced or raised by prisoners as part of Colorado Correctional Industries, which employs hundreds of inmates throughout Colorado's 20 prisons. Read more at Denver Post...

 

Diamond seeking snack acquisition

The maker of Emerald nuts, Pop Secret popcorn and Kettle chips has been working toward having its entire portfolio non-GMO verified and is looking to expand its salty snack offerings. Read more at Food Business News...

Organic seafood? Not so fast

Debate is still raging around the new territory that is organic seafood. Read more at Marketplace...

 

Gluten-free bread firm Schar revamps with ancient grains

The tables have turned since the company first launched in the U.S. in 2007. The company has updated its machinery and its recipe to incorporate ingredients like ancient grains, sunflower seeds and honey. Read more at Bakery and Snacks...

 

Vitamin-infused vodka?

First protein beer, now vitamin vodka. The Australian creators of the vodka say in includes vitamins B, C, and K to help ease next-morning dehydration. Read more at Munchies...

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