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Harmless Harvest Drops “100% Raw” From Labels

Citing the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s “lack of legal definition or certification for the term ‘raw,’” Harmless Harvest wrote in a recent blogpost that “there is no way for us—or any product—to achieve official certification that we are a raw product,” hence the decision to remove “100% Raw” from its labels.

Diversity in Natural Foods: The Way Forward

Readers of my last two columns get the point quickly: food and beverage companies in the natural products industry should strive for racial and ethnic diversity. To that end, now we’re going to think about solutions: practices that the industry and its component companies can inaugurate to spur both employee and entrepreneurial diversity.

Press Clips: Big Soda Awaits Reaction to Non-Aspartame Diet Pepsi

Speaking on his competitor’s decision to reformulate Diet Pepsi, Alexander “Sandy” Douglas Jr., executive vice president & president of Coca-Cola North America, said on a Coke earnings call that the new Diet Pepsi will “create a lot of buzz in the category, some of it good, as the good science of the safety of non-nutritive sweeteners gets out in the marketplace and is reinforced.”