5@5: Frozen food's big refresh | How Denmark is winning at preventing food waste

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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.

TV dinners in a Netflix world

The frozen food segment is seeing a revival as brands revamp their offerings to meet the needs of health conscious, convenience craving consumers. Read more at The New York Times...

 

S.F. startup fortifies vitamins' appeal

“There’s not a worse aisle in retail,” says the co-founder of OLLY, which is trying to make the vitamin aisle easier to understand and less stressful to shop. Read more at Upstart Business Journal...

How Ben & Jerry's social mission survived being gobbled up

Fifteen years after being acquired by Unilever, the ice cream maker is making as big of a social impact as ever, meanwhile pushing its parent to become a more progressive food company. Read more at The Times Argus...

 

Denmark might be winning the global race to prevent food waste

Yes, Denmark. According to a recent report from the Danish government, its citizens throw away 25 percent less food than they did just five years ago. And that's thanks in part to people like celebrity chef Claus Holm and advocate Selina Juul, who have sparked a consumer movement that's trickling up the food chain. Read more at NPR...

 

Trend alert! The scoop on powdered peanut butter

The Peanut Butter Co., The Tru-Nut Co. and Jif are just some of the companies getting in on the lower-calorie and lower-fat peanut butter craze. Read more at Food Business News...

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