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Each day at 5 p.m. we collect the five top food and supplement headlines of the day, making it easy for you to catch up on today's most important natural products industry news.

How probiotics are fueling a toxin-free skincare revolution

For years, convention has dictated that people clean their skin of bacteria. But a growing body of science suggests that bacteria support immune system function, fights inflammation and more, and that trying to rid the body of them is the wrong approach. Companies like AO Biome are developing products that encourage growth of good bacteria on the body. UK-based Aurelia Skincare is using probiotics in anti-aging products. And beauty’s big players are entering the probiotics market, too. Read more at The Guardian…

 

Pepsi CEO names the snack food of the future: bugs

It may not be mainstream just yet, but Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi hinted that insect protein is on the company’s radar as an important trend to watch over the next decade. Read more at CNBC…

 

Majority of supermarkets don’t meet consumer demand for organic food, report shows

Although mainstream grocery stores are upping their organic offerings, less than half of the top 20 U.S. grocers don’t provide public information about their policies around organic food and pesticides, according to a new report by Friends of the Earth. Read more at Organic Authority…

 

Porridge, the food that built empires stages a savory comeback

Along with the popularity of ancient grains comes a culinary comeback for porridge in various parts of the world. Read more at NPR…

 

Food co-op adding locally grown eats to growing Stanley Marketplace area

The new Nourish Community Market is slated to open in the Denver suburb of Aurora some time in 2018. Two other co-ops in the Denver area are in the works—one of which is scheduled to open this year. Read more in Aurora Sentinel…

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