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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.

Work on $17M Baltimore food hub ready to begin

Last week, Maryland's Board of Public Works approved funding to cover a portion of the development costs associated with a food hub that will bring organic food production to East Baltimore. Read more at Baltimore Business Journal...


Garden of Life recalls Raw Meal organic mixes linked to salmonella outbreak

According to the Minnesota Department of Health, at least eight people have been sickened, prompting Garden of Life to issue a recall of some of its powdered supplements. Read more at Food Safety News...

Crazy for jerky: An ancient trail food finds new fans

Humans have been eating jerky for centuries--so why the recent resurgence? Because it sits at the crossroads of several current food trends: convenient snacking, savory flavors, lower sugar and high protein. Read more at NPR...


Australian 'health food' companies are killing it on the stock exchange. What does it mean?

Vitamin and supplement company Blackmores, organic baby food producer Bellamy's and A2 Milk, all saw a surge in stock prices last year. Read more at Smart Company...


Ex-CEO of Lululemon makes her new pitch: high-end frozen food

Vancouver-based Luvo says revnenues from its better-for-you frozen entrees are doubling annually. But challenges in the frozen food aisle remain. Read more at The Globe and Mail...

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