Natural product company news of the week - October 18

Natural product company news of the week - October 18

A roundup of announcements from natural product companies this week, including new products from Back to Nature and six new members of the Council for Responsible Nutrition.

Back to Nature introduced six new Non-GMO Project Verified cookie and cracker SKUs.

The Council for Responsible Nutrition welcomed six new companies to its membership roster: Ganeden, Inc.; Japan Bio Science Laboratory Co., Ltd.; Kappa BioScience AS; Natreon, Inc., and Renew Life Formulas (voting members) and Perkins Coie LLP (associate member).

International enzyme and probiotic-based dietary supplement formulator Deerland Enzymes announced its acceptance as a member of the National Animal Supplement Council as a preferred supplier.

Angelic Bakehouse, which specializes in sprouted grain products, has received Non-GMO Project Verified status for its best-selling product, Sprouted Seven-Grain bread.

Leaner Creamer, marketed as a dietary supplement, is a new coconut oil-based powdered creamer with a blend of aurantium extract, hoodia and green tea extract designed to help with appetite suppression and weight loss.

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