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Frozen food processors are using packaging to put a new spin on familiar products and add convenience to new ones.
CredibleCravings has introduced its namesake gluten-free organic snack bar line developed specifically for expecting and nursing women.
Honest Unsweet Lemon Tea is an unsweetened, zero-calorie beverage is flavored with organic lemon extract.
Sunsweet's Greek yogurt variety combines diced dried plums with a creamy Greek yogurt coating.
Steaz Soda pledges to be "good for you," with the first USDA-certified organic soda on the market. The company uses "pure" water, organic cane juice and Ceylon green tea, and no preservatives, colorings or ingredients like high-fructose corn syrup.
Ashland, Ore.-based Dagoba, a division of the Artisan Confections Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hershey Co., is now crafting organic cacao for culinary pursuits with a line of organic baking bars.
D.D. Williamson announces the arrival of Certified Organic Annatto Extracts for coloring.
Sebastopol, Calif.-based Guayaki adds Pure Heart to its line of functional organic yerba mate drinks. The Pure Heart blend features invigorating organic yerba mate (mah-tay) combined with hawthorn and yarrow which are known to promote improved cardiac performance.
Organica unveils Totally Organica, claiming it is the first flavored sparkling waters certified USDA organic.
In keeping with its mission to create a greater awareness and demand for organic products, The Organic Center, Foster, R.I., has launched an aggressive national consumer education and outreach campaign called "Mission Organic 2010."
Introduce your children to premium organic foods before they even learn how to hold a spoon
Lynn Clarkson, president of Clarkson Grain Co. and board member of Organic Trade Assn. testifies that organic agriculture needs government resources to build infrastructure to meet growing consumer demand for organic products.
Los Angeles, Cal.-based Tumaros Gourmet Tortillas introduces its USDA certified Organic Tortillas for food service distribution.
The inaugural Organic Summit, held June 20-22, attracted more than 200 organic activists. The charter conference theme, Renewing The Organic Conversation, spurred critical exchange between attending farmers, certifiers, manufacturers, retailers, academics and advocates.
The first All Things Organic New Product Competition recognized the best new organic products of 2009 during a ceremony held at the All Things Organic Conference & Trade Show in Chicago.
R.W. Knudsen Family adds two new flavors to its line of Sparkling Essence beverages: Organic Lime and Organic Coconut.
Federal court rules that information regarding organic production practices may not be shared with consumers on product labels in Ohio
USDA Report Indicates American Organic Farmers Being Sold Out; Domestic Producers Hurt by Growing Corporate Imports
Organic food products continue to grow in popularity. Recent press reports predict that the sale of organic foods are expected to hit $15 billion this year.
The combined All Things Organic, Expo Comida Latina and All Asia Food trade shows, featuring the Health & Wellness Education Program and Pavilion, and a Specialty Pavilion, will be accessible via Twitter and Facebook pages in 2009.
A growing number of consumers worldwide are turning to health foods, with trend researchers predicting a boom in the organic food industry.
Earth Balance recently introduced its Organic Coconut Spread which offers a convenient way for consumers to incorporate coconut oil into their diets.
Bossa Nova introduced its organic, superfruit beverages with only 90 calories per 10 fl. oz. Varieties include: Organic Acai Original; Organic Acai Blueberry; Organic Acai Pomegranate; and All Natural Acerola Red Peach.
Earthbound Farm has introduced PowerMeal, a line of healthy, organic and ultra-convenient meal options. The nutritious "lunch without the junk" combines fresh organic greens, seeds, fruits and clean-burning whole grains to provide plant-based protein, fiber, antioxidants and plenty of taste.
According to figures supplied by the Organic Consumers Association, a significant and growing percentage of the organic food market is owned by conventional food processors.