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Transitioning More Farmland to Organic is Easier Said Than Done

The number of U.S. farmers transitioning to organic is not keeping up with consumer demand. Organic agricultural expert Dr. Kathleen Delate explains why.

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Apple Cider Vinegar Wellness Shots by Flora

Flora’s has introduced organic apple cider vinegar wellness shots. They come in four flavors —  ginger & lemon, turmeric & cinnamon, elderberry, and red beet.

Cherry-Berry Kombucha by Health-Ade

Exclusively available at Whole Foods through July, the organic Cherry-Berry kombucha by Health-Ade contains sweet cherry, elderberry and hibiscus.

Protein Stix by iWon Organics

iWon Organics recently introduced a new snack – organic Protein Stix. With 10 grams of protein, the line comes in four flavors — mesquite BBQ, spicy sweet peppers, nacho cheese, and sweet dijon.

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