Natural product company news of the week

Natural product company news of the week

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including new gluten-free oats from Quaker and organic kids bread from Rudi's Organic Bakery.

Rudi's Organic Bakery brand just announced the launch of Rudi's Organic Bakery Kids Bread. Made with a short list of simple, organic ingredients you might find in your kitchen, it comes in white and wheat varieties, and has small, thin slices, making it the ideal size for kids.

New from PepsiCo's Quaker Oats is a line of gluten-free oats, available in three varieties: Quaker Quick 1-Minute Standard Oats and Quaker Instant Oatmeal in both Original and Maple & Brown Sugar flavors.

Carlson Labs introduced the reformulated Mother’s DHA product with 5 times more DHA.

EcoFish announced its successful certification by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council for chain of custody. Chain of Custody certification assures that ASC certified seafood delivered to supply chain actors originates from a farm certified by ASC. This allows buyers to make credible claims of the responsibly farmed origin of their seafood to their customers.

Functional ingredients manufacturer Beneo introduced its new ISOMALT translucent gum coating technology that enables gum manufacturers to create attractive products that deliver translucence and shine, while also maintaining stability throughout product shelf life.

For the second time, vegan-certified Dr. Ohhira's Essential Living Oils were awarded with a "Clean Choice Award" by Clean Eating Magazine.

Silver Star Brands, maker of the JuniorSlim dietary supplement, marketed as a weight-loss aid for children, said in response to a National Advertising Division inquiry that it intended to discontinue the product.

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