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The Center for Food Integrity analyzed millions of engagements and found more people than just Generation Z cares about how what they eat is made and processed.

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​The out of this world snacks are making a comeback with 5 mg of THC, and Kellogg is debuting a bite-size version of its signature bars.

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The group — which counts the American Heart Association, California Medical Association and California Dental Association as members — wants to get the issue on the 2020 ballot.

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The company said the facility is the world's largest and will make the gut-friendly bacteria for food, beverages and dietary supplements.

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The Israeli startup said its crops contain nearly 58% protein — 50% higher than the industry standard.

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Along with its better-for-you nutritional profile, which includes fiber, magnesium, potassium, antioxidants and amino acids, it fits into paleo and Whole30 diets. 

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It's unclear whether this research — the latest to show positive health effects from eating bugs — will make consumers any more likely to try them.

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The product is part of the company's growing dairy alternative portfolio, which also includes beverages and frozen desserts made from the grain.

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A World Resources Institute report said more use of genetic modification will help ensure there is enough food for the estimated population of 10 billion people, but the technology is still controversial with consumers.

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The company along with Whole Foods ran a slew of online and in-store promotions, though the ultimate measure of success may be a record number of Prime membership signups.

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