University Park, PA—New research suggests eating two servings of pistachios may help lower the body’s response to stress in people with type-2 diabetes. Known to be high in healthy fats, nuts also contain fiber, potassium and antioxidants that can support heart health.

Shoppers can be picky about produce. A slightly bruised apple or misshapen tomato can sometimes be enough to let a perfectly good item go to waste. Vig’s Health Food Store of Lewiston, ID, recently decided to do something about it by introducing the Imperfect Produce Bin. The store has deep roots in selling produce, though it is strong in supplements sales today.

New York, NY—What connects a United Nations climate summit, protesters on Wall Street and a press release from an outfit called the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)? The concept of climate-smart agriculture (CSA).

Welcome to the 2014 edition of the WholeFoods Who’s Who of Manufacturers and Suppliers, the only reference tool of its kind in the natural products industry. In these pages, you will find listings of hundreds of companies and thousands of individuals who work for these companies.

Now available from Mocktails Brands is a line of non-alcoholic cocktails made with all-natural ingredients. The drinks do not contain high-fructose corn syrup or preservatives and are free of common allergens and gluten. Varieties include Karma Sucra Cosmopolitan, Vida Loca Margarita, Sevilla Red Sangria and Scottish Lemonade Whiskey Sour.

High Brew’s line of all-natural, premium cold brew coffee, High Brew Coffee, is made from 100% fair trade Arabica coffee beans. These ready to drink beverages come in four flavors: Double Espresso, Mexican Vanilla, Salted Caramel and Dark Chocolate Mocha. Each drink has only 50-60 calories and contains more antioxidants and caffeine than a regular cup of coffee.