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5@5: The New York Times will soon deliver meals to your door | Middle ground in the GMO debate?
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.

New York Times to start delivering meal kits to your home

Seeking new streams of revenue, The New York Times has partnered with meal delivery startup Chef'd to sell meal kits for recipes it publishes on its NYT Cooking website. The service, which taps the crossroads of the convenience and healthy food trends, is expected to start this summer. Read more at Bloomberg...


Caught in the middle: Farmers seek a new and improved GMO debate

While GMOs may seem like a polarizing issue, there's apparently a sizable middle ground of farmers who don't take issue with genetic modification but do take issue with how it's applied. Read more at Modern Farmer...

Redefining farm-to-table eggs in Minnesota: An interview with locally laid egg company

This family-run farm is changing the local food system in its home state. Read more at Food Tank...


Selling bottled water that's better for the planet

Bottled water's popularity isn't waning, so Just Water is trying to make the best of a bad situation by making its fully recyclable bottles out of mostly paper instead of plastic. Read more at The New York Times...


The organic food revolution that is minting millionaires

Last year, venture capital and angel investors pumped more than $2 billion into the organic food sector, and startups continue to crowd the space. Read more at CNBC...

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