Feb. 11 - How Keef established cannabis drinks | Orange Vanilla Coke coming to shelves

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Will Orange Vanilla Coke bring more sunshine to soda sales?; Petition asks USDA to exclude hydroponics from organic certification; Will FDA's on-farm inspections under FSMA's Produce Safety Rule make fruits and vegetables safer?; Leftovers: Tom Brady hopes to score with pea protein; Unicorns bring magic to pudding cups


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How the cannabis beverage was established — and expanded — by Keef Brands


 

CEO Erik Knutson told Food Dive how his company created sodas, seltzers and juices with the trendy ingredient, entered into a partnership for beer and where he sees the market going.


 
 


Will Orange Vanilla Coke bring more sunshine to soda sales?


 

The new flavor, created to be a nostalgic reminder of creamy popsicles enjoyed during childhood, hits shelves on Feb. 25.


 
 


Petition asks USDA to exclude hydroponics from organic certification


 

The Center for Food Safety asserted in January that soil is a necessity for a product to get the seal, even though the National Organic Standards Board tossed out a ban in 2017.


 
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Will FDA's on-farm inspections under FSMA's Produce Safety Rule make fruits and vegetables safer?


 

The Food and Drug Administration said routine inspections will start this spring with the largest domestic and international produce farms.


 
 
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Leftovers: Tom Brady hopes to score with pea protein; Unicorns bring magic to pudding cups


 

Will the six-time Super Bowl winner's plant-based powder be the MVP? And how to express your love through GMOs this Valentine's Day.


 
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