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As Expo West Begins, Once Upon a Farm and General Mills Make Headlining Announcements

As we get ready for Natural Products Expo West this week, Once Upon a Farm and General Mills have made some major announcements.

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Oat Milk by RISE Brewing Co.

In a departure from its nitro coffee product, RISE Brewing Co. has smartly capitalized on the booming oat milk trend and will start shipping an organic version of this drink on May 31st.

Tea Soda by Teatulia

Served in Teatulia’s Tea Bar in Denver since 2012, these organic tea sodas will soon be available to consumers across the country. They come in four flavors – green, black, mint and lemongrass.

Salad Dressings by BRIANNA'S

BRIANNA’S, a brand known for its award-winning flavors, is now offering organic options. The company has five new organic salad dressings – rich poppy seed, French vinaigrette, red wine vinaigrette, honey ginger vinaigrette and mango vinaigrette

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