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What the Partnership between rePlant Capital and Danone North America Truly Represents -- The New Way of Doing Business

(Food activist Robyn O'Brien at a TED Talk)

rePlant Capital and Danone are showing that organic farmers must be viewed as true partners, not merely suppliers.

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New Organic Products

New Organic Products

Love Crunch - Espresso Vanilla Cream Granola from Nature's Path

The latest addition to the Love Crunch line of organic granola from Nature's Path is espresso vanilla cream. Inspired by the Italian affogato, it features rolled oats, Fairtrade coffee, Fairtrade white chocolate chunks and Fairtrade black cocoa.

Unsweetened Oatmilk by Forager Project

Bolstering its selection of plant-based milks, Forager Project is now offering unsweetened organic oatmilk. It comes in 48 oz. bottles and is made with gluten-free oats, coconut cream and cashews.

Real Food Bars for Kids from Skout Organic

All made with seven ingredients or less, Skout Organic has a line of Real Food Bars for Kids. Plant-based and free of gluten, dairy, grain and soy, they come in the following flavors: peanut butter, apple pie, peanut butter and jelly, blueberry blast and peanut butter chocolate chip.
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