5@5: Report gives restaurants failing grades for meat antibiotics | What consumers consider 'clean eating'

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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.

Chain Reaction: How top restaurants rate on reducing use of antibiotics in their meat supply

A new report produced by a handful of consumer and food groups gives 20 of the top 25 fast food chains a failing grade in their policies and practices around antibiotic use and transparency in their meat supply chains. Read more at Friends of the Earth...


How consumers define 'clean eating'

Good news for natural product manufacturers: More than 60 percent of shoppers in a survey by NPD Group say packaged foods can be part of "clean eating." Read more at Food Business News...

A food museum grows in Brooklyn

The Museum of Food and Drink, a "mini-museum" exploring the business of manufacturing taste and smell, is set to open in Brooklyn at the end of October. Read more at NPR...


Target launches on-demand grocery delivery pilot program with Instacart

The retailer has teamed up with Instacart to delivery produce, household items and pet and baby products to local Minneapolis shoppers who order online. It is reportedly already exploring other markets for the delivery service. Read more at TechCrunch...


Proposed bill on gluten in medications to be reintroduced in Congress

Congressman Tim Ryan plans to reintroduce the Gluten in Medicine Disclosure Act of 2015, which would mandate that gluten be disclosed as an ingredient on all medication labels, in the coming weeks. Read more at the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness...

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