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[email protected]: Amplify Snack Brands debuts on NYSE | Idaho's ag-gag law ruled unconstitutional

5@5: Amplify Snack Brands debuts on NYSE | Idaho's ag-gag law ruled unconstitutional
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.

Amplify Snack IPO fails to pop on its first day

On their first day of trading, Amplify Snack's shares were off to a slow start. Read more at Fortune...


Federal judge in Boise strikes down Idaho's new 'ag-gag' law

The governor of Idaho signed the law, which criminalizes whistleblowing and undercover investigations into animal agriculture companies by employees, journalists or animal rights activists, after it passed through the state legislature last year. But a federal judge said this week it violates the Equal Protection Clause and the First Amendment. Read more at Food Safety News...

Kellogg to stop using artificial products in cereals, snack bars

Amid falling sales, the world's biggest breakfast cereal maker says it will phase out artifical colors and flavors by the end of 2018. Read more at Reuters...


Good Egg will shut down all operations outside of San Francisco, lay off nearly 140 employees

The organic food delivery startup's co-founder and CEO cited growing too quickly before figuring out the challenges of the supply chain as the reason it will cease services in Los Angeles, New York City and New Orleans. Read more at Tech Crunch...


10 lab-made meats, cheeses and other odd startup foods

Silicon Valley is producing some intriguing--and sometimes bizarre--animal product substitutes and other lab-made foods. Read more at Tech Crunch...

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