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3.18.2020
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The FDA/USDA/EPA launch a GMO Website, But the Bigger Plan is Much More Worrisome


Feed Your Mind is the government's plan to educate kids and consumers about the safety of GMOs. But the health risks that GMOs pose are nowhere to be found.

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New Organic Products

New Organic Products

Plant-Based, Bolognese Pasta Sauce from Hudson Green

A member of BeyondBrands' first NYC accelerator class, Hudson Green has introduced an organic, plant-based Bolognese pasta sauce. Nutrient and fiber-rich but with only 70 calories per serving, this vegan product has a fantastic taste. Kudos to mother and son founders, Marie Rama and Will Reiter, for recently achieving USDA organic certification.

Spirulina Powder from Thrive Market

Available in both 8oz. and 16oz. bags, Thrive Market is now selling organic spirulina powder -- a type of blue-green algae that grows in mineral-rich, alkaline lakes. This spirulina is ethically sourced from Mongolia and is a concentrated source of B-vitamins, beta carotene and iron.

Spaghetti Squash Pasta from Solely

From the maker of delicious fruit jerky, Solely has come out with a spaghetti squash pasta. The shelf-stable boxed pasta cooks in five minutes, and each serving contains 85% fewer carbs and calories than traditional pasta. The product just started its national rollout at Whole Foods Market.
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