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Leaders of Organic Non-Profits Discuss Key Issues for 2020

CEOs and executive directors of various organic-related non-profits discuss what is on their agenda as 2020 begins.

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New Organic Products

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Sprouted Tortilla Chips from Thrive Market

Thrive Market has introduced a line of organic tortilla chips that are made with sprouted ancient grains, and each batch is cooked in organic coconut oil. They come in three flavors -- red corn & flaxseed, blue corn and sorghum.

"Cream-on-Top" Whole Milk from Lulubelle's Creamery

Long-time natural foods entrepreneur Chuck Eggert has launched Wild Rose Foods, which is focused on products rooted in Oregon agriculture. One of the first brands under Wild Rose Foods is Lulubelle’s Creamery, a new dairy brand, and it is offering“cream-on-top” whole milk sold in half-gallon glass bottles in both plain and chocolate.

Nipple Balm by Lansinoh

Lansinoh, a global leader in the breastfeeding market, has come out with a certified organic nipple balm. Made with argan and coconut oils, it has been handcrafted to care for tender nipples and dry skin. The company says it is safe for baby and specially designed for breastfeeding, with no smell, taste or color.
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