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5.20.2020
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USDA’s New Framework for GMO Regulation Completely Ignores the Well-Being of American Citizens, Ensures the Pesticide Treadmill will Strengthen


This new GMO regulatory framework is a very dark moment for American agriculture. The USDA must impose strict regulations on GMO crops.

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New Organic Products

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Detox: Citrus Bitters by Suja Organic

My absolute favorite of the new Elevated Nutrients™ line, Detox: Citrus Bitters from Suja Organic is a fantastic tasting citrus drink that features hand-crafted Suja Digestive Bitters™, Vitamin C from acerola cherry and Vitamin E from annatto. Non-GMO Project Verified and exclusively available at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide.

Coffee from Pret a Manger

In the UK, Pret a Manger is kicking off a major move into retail with a trio of organic coffees -- organic classic blend ground coffee, organic single origin Peruvian ground coffee and organic espresso beans. They launched on Amazon and in Pret stores this past Monday.

Flavored Coconut Water from Harmless Harvest

Harmless Harvest recently announced the expansion of its organic coconut water line to include three new flavored coconut waters -- watermelon, cucumber mint and strawberry rose. Using the company's proprietary microfiltration process, the new flavored waters are made with organic juice and tea infusions. Fair for Life certified and available at retailers nationwide. 
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