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What We Learned from the Presidential Forum in Iowa and Why There is a Reason to be Hopeful

A recap of last week's presidential forum in Iowa, which was put on by the Organic Farmers Association and Iowa Organic Association.

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Mandarin Turmeric Body Relief Oil from RE Botanicals

USDA certified organic CBD brand RE Botanicals has introduced a new mandarin turmeric body relief oil, which supports the body’s immune response and is a strong antioxidant. It contains 500 mg of hemp CBD per bottle, and the product has undergone 3rd-party lab testing for heavy metals, solvents and pesticides to ensure purity.

Plant-Based, Buttery Spread from New Barn Organics

New Barn Organics has unveiled a plant-based, organic buttery spread. It is made with responsibly-sourced Palm Done Right palm oil, avocado oil, almonds, turmeric, sea salt and filtered water. The spread is only available on the company's website as of now, but retail distribution is expected soon.

Freeze-Dried, Instant Coffee from Death Wish Coffee

Originally designed for the crew aboard the International Space Station, the instant, freeze-dried blend of organic coffee from Death Wish is now available for the rest of us. Each packet contains 4.9 grams of coffee and 300 mg of caffeine, and it brews instantly with 8 ounces of hot water or milk at 170-degrees Fahrenheit.
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