Natural foods: The best you can eat in the US
Natural food brands such as Dawson’s Creek and Organic Valley, among others, have been expanding into the nutritional space.
And the number of natural foods businesses in the United States has jumped by nearly 70 percent over the past five years, according to a new report from the National Center for Natural Food Systems.
The growth in natural food businesses has coincided with an increase in food waste.
“If you’re an entrepreneur who wants to make a business out of organic food, there’s a big opportunity,” said Stephanie Boudreau, a partner at the law firm Perkins Coie.
“If you want to make the case that there’s value in organic food and that there are no negative impacts, there is a market for that.”
The industry is booming.
In 2015, the average amount of food produced in the U.S. was about 2.8 pounds per person per year, according the U, which was up from 2.5 pounds per year in 2013.
In 2017, the figure rose to 3.1 pounds per capita.
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Organic Valley is one of the biggest natural food companies.
Dawson’s Creek, the largest natural food company in the country, made its debut in 2017, and last year, it sold $1.5 billion worth of organic groceries, according to Bloomberg.
While there are some concerns that the growth of natural products could put food waste in jeopardy, it’s not an issue the industry is trying to ignore.
“[We’re] looking to do better,” said Della Vergara, a spokesperson for Dawson’s.
When the USDA’s latest numbers were released last month, it said that a significant amount of the waste was “due to consumers buying more than one food product,” and not just eating organic.
Natural food businesses are not just expanding, they’re also finding new markets.
Last year, the USDA said that natural foods companies made up nearly half of the nation’s total $7.3 trillion in sales.
Companies like Dawson’s, Organic Valley and Kelloggs have been pushing the idea that organic foods are healthier and cheaper than conventional ones, and it has led to the rise of new natural foods brands, including Dawson’s Farms, which is owned by the Kellogg Company.
One of the most interesting trends in natural foods has been the use of genetically engineered food.
This trend started a few years ago when researchers at the University of Colorado and Harvard University began looking at the genetic makeup of crops.
They found that certain strains of bacteria, called E. coli, could survive and thrive in a diet high in corn, soybeans, sugar beets and sugar beans, which contain a lot of corn.
Then, in 2017 a team at the university released a study showing that E.coli could survive in an otherwise non-organic corn-based diet.
It’s a really interesting and new research that’s happening.
These bacteria are very resistant to the common bacterial infections that occur in people eating certain foods, like colitis, said Dr. Richard Wibben, a professor at the Department of Food Science and Biotechnology and an associate director of the Colorado Center for Food Safety Research.
What that means is that when these bacteria can’t survive, they can adapt to a non-fiber diet.
The same process could happen in food that is naturally produced, such as soybeans.
And it means that these microbes can grow in the gut of a plant that is grown in a nonorganic environment.
We’re not going to find this in our food anymore.
We can’t eat it anymore, Wibbe said.
This has led some food producers to look for ways to improve the production of organic products.
In 2017, Kellogg announced that it would be the first company to genetically modify its corn, sugar beet and sugar beet-based products.
The move has been welcomed by the organic food industry.
For example, Kellog says that it has made significant investments to make its sugar beet oil more bio-degradable.
Meanwhile, a company called Organic Valley is looking to get into the organic-food business.
They’re partnering with a company in California called the Farm to Table Alliance to develop a line of organic vegetable oils that will be blended into natural food foods.
There is also the opportunity to start to develop food that’s certified organic.
The growth of the organic business is not limited to food.
It’s also growing into health products.
Natural products are now selling in more than 40 percent of the grocery stores in the nation, and that number is expected