Good Catch Secures $3.2M in Financing Round

New York, NY—Gathered Foods, creators of Good Catch, announced in a press release the closing of over $32 million in series B round financing,...

Kombucha Market Expected to Surpass $5 Billion by 2025

Selbyville, DE—The kombucha market is expected to surpass $5 billion by 2025, driven by increasing demand for probiotic and fortified beverages, according to new...

Purity Organic Acquires Dunn’s River Brands

Oakland, CA—Purity Organic Inc. announced its acquisition of Dunn’s River Brands Inc., which includes Sweet Leaf Tea and Tradewinds Beverage Co. "We are excited about...

Study Associates Walnuts with Gut Health

Pennsylvania—Walnuts may promote a healthy gut microbiome—and, according to researchers at Penn State, that good-for-you bacteria could be what makes walnuts so heart-healthy. Researchers studied...

NPA Urges Healthcare Professionals to Report Adverse Effects

Washington, D.C.—The Natural Products Association (NPA) sent a letter to leading medical societies today urging healthcare professionals to report adverse events for dietary supplements,...

Rep. Introduces Legislation Giving FDA Flexibility With CBD

Washington, D.C.—Representative Collin Peterson, Chair of the House Agriculture Committee, introduced legislation today that would provide FDA with the flexibility to allow hemp-derived cannabidiol...

Presidential Candidates Discuss Regen Ag, Importance of Organic

Kutztown, PA—Organic Farmers Association (OFA) has received responses from two presidential candidates following its forum “Combating Climate Change with Organic and Regenerative Agriculture,” held...

STRENGTH Omega-3 Trial Discontinued

The STRENGTH trial for Epanova, omega-3 carboxylic acids, has been discontinued due to its low likelihood of demonstrating a benefit to patients with mixed...

Baby Food Brand Certified Glyphosate Residue Free

Mount Pleasant, SC—White Leaf Provisions is now certified Glyphosate Residue Free, making it the first shelf-stable glyphosate-free baby food line in the United States,...

Texture Affects Perception of Healthiness, Study Shows

East Anglia, United Kingdom—Food producers can use textures to encourage healthy eating, according to new research from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU). Consumer Psychologist Dr. Catherine...