5@5: Whole Foods partners with California restaurant chain | Another Boulder Brands leader exits

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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.

Whole Foods sets restaurant partnership

Los Angeles-based restaurant chain Mendocino Farms will open restaurants in some of Whole Foods' stores, most likely including some of the forthcoming 365 by Whole Foods Market stores scheduled for launch next year. Read more at Supermarket News...


Another exec exits Boulder Brands amid slowing sales

In another leadership shakeup at Boulder Brands, investment managing partner Duane Primozich is leaving the company. Analysts say the company is struggling with its spreads business and consumer tastes shift back to butter and increased competition in gluten-free. Read more at the Daily Camera...

From Chobani to Fage, Greek yogurt dominates

A niche category just eight years ago, Greek yogurt now makes up about half of the U.S. yogurt market, according to Packaged Facts. What's behind the surge in sales, and where do brands go from here? Read more at The Recorder...


Mexico's chefs are fighting a future of genetically modified corn

The biodiversity of the country's principle staple is under dire threat now that a federal district judge has repealed a ban on genetically modified maize. Read more at Munchies...


US snack bards Kind Snacks to launch in the UK this month

The company will launch its Fruit & Nut and Nuts & Spices lines in Tesco stores across the country this month. Read more at Bakery and Snacks...

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