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The Wall St. Journal is going to start publishing some natural foods stories starting this week

Wall Street’s New York Times has decided to move its online subscription business to a new platform called NaturalNews.

NaturalNews has been in the works for a while and the news service will focus on stories about healthy food, sustainable agriculture and more.

The New York Post will be the only daily news source for the site.

“We are taking the next step in our evolution to ensure that our audience will get the most compelling, interesting and engaging news on the Web,” NaturalNews CEO and editor-in-chief Michael Collins said in a statement.

Collins will lead the team that will be building the new site.

Collins said the company will have “a large staff and deep expertise in digital news” that will help NaturalNews grow its audience and reach a broader audience.

“We are confident that we have the ability to drive traffic and engagement on the natural food news network that will have a broad reach across the news media landscape.”

NaturalNews is the first major online news source to launch.

Its founders, Matt Yglesias and Brian McCorkle, are the co-founders of The Daily Meal.

Natural News was founded in 2015 by Ygleias, McCorkles and former Breitbart Tech editor Alex Marlow.

Its mission is to “provide an alternative to the mainstream media’s coverage of health, food, the environment, and politics.”