Natural chat: Is the hottest new vegan mayo flawed?

Natural chat: Is the hottest new vegan mayo flawed?

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Is a vegan mayonnaise company that garnered financial backing from Bill Gates really as healthy as it claims to be? Click on the articles below to check out what readers had to say about Hampton Creek's new egg-free spread, plus their comments about iron's possible role in America's obesity epidemic. Also, take a look at the video of Natural Foods Merchandiser Senior Editor Kelsey Blackwell's raw food favorites from Expo East. It's generating some serious buzz on Facebook. Then tell us, what do you think? 

1. New vegan mayo lands financial support from Bill Gates

October 29, 2013 · · Vegan mayo is nothing new for the natural products industry, yet somehow a new environmentally friendly, egg-free spread from a fledgling brand has managed to garner funding from a handful of high-profile investors among them Bill Gates, Peter Thiel and Vinod Khosla.
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2. What's behind the obesity epidemic? 

October 24, 2013 · · The cause of obesity in the U.S. – indeed, increasingly in the world – is so multi-faceted that just walking around the problem to view it from different perspectives might cause us to lose some weight. Here are just a few.
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3. Raw food standouts from Expo East

October 30, 2013 · · Uncooked and unprocessed certainly doesn't mean unappealing anymore. Coconut, fruity chunks and even brussels sprouts and parsnips are providing a delicious boost to today's raw products. Natural Foods Merchandiser Senior Editor Kelsey Blackwell shows off the most interesting and tastebud-worthy raw products from Expo East.
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