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4.22.2020

Nature’s Path introduces the First Regenerative Organic Certified Oat Product


With the new ROC certification having officially launched, we now have a new gold standard in organic.

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Energized Focus: Prickly Pear from Suja Organic

As part of its new Elevated Nutrients™ line, Energized Focus: Prickly Pear combines the prickly pear cactus fruit with green tea, acerola cherry and focus-enhancing Lion's Mane, a powerful medicinal mushroom. 70mg of caffeine, 140mg of L-Theanine and Non-GMO Project Verified. Exclusively available at Whole Foods Market nationwide.

Sparkling Craft Cocktails from Prairie Organic Spirits

Prairie Organic Spirits has introduced a line of Sparkling Craft Cocktails, all made with the company's award-winning organic vodka or gin. They are available in three flavors -- Grapefruit, Cucumber Lemonade and Minnesota Bootleg -- and a percentage of all sales goes towards the company's Spirit of Change fund, which supports the training of organic farmers at Rodale Institute.

Throat Smoothie Tea from Earth Mama Organics

Earth Mama Organics has unveiled the newest addition to its suite of herbal teas -- Organic Throat Smoothie Tea. Specifically formulated with no licorice, to be safe for pregnancy and kids, this tea harnesses a blend of organic herbs known to soothe and smooth raw throats, including elderflower, marshmallow root and slippery elm bark.
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