Ezekiel 4:9 Flax Sprouted Whole Grain Bread from Food for Life is rolled in organic flax seeds to offer omega-3 and -6. The bread combines wheat, barley, millet, lentils, soybeans and spelt that parallels the protein found in milk and eggs. The flourless bread offers 18 amino acids and is diabetic friendly.

Sophie’s Kitchen has two new products available in its vegan seafood line: Vegan Crabcakes and Breaded Vegan Scallops. Both products are gluten free, soy free and perfect for vegans, vegetarians, anyone allergic to seafood or those looking to add more vegetables to their diets. The products combine seaweed with Konjac, a traditional Asian superfood that is low in calories and high in fiber.

Moms looking for a little help with lactation have a new option; milkmakers’ Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are baked with ingredients said to help boost milk production in breastfeeding women. These include oats, brewer’s yeast and flax seed, all used in traditional methods of increasing milk production, and semi-sweet chocolate added for a little sweetness. Recommended serving size is one or two cookies per day.

Saskatoon, SK, Canada—A Canadian study found little link between beverage drinking habits and cases of overweight and obesity in children. Using data from a national health survey, the researchers analyzed over 10,000 Canadian children aged 2–18.

News from industry food companies.

Yonkers, NY—Since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced in April that it would seek to restrict the use of antibiotics in agricultural production, there has been more movement on this controversial front. Critics claim that overuse of antibiotics in livestock feed, done to promote animal growth and prevent disease, can create drug-resistant strains of diseases, making antibiotics less effective for humans.

The debate goes back and forth, but chalk one up for the “organic is better for you” side. A study conducted at the University of Barcelona (UB) found that tomatoes grown under organic conditions contained higher levels of healthful phenolic compounds than conventional tomatoes.

Whiting, IN—The coupon-clipping public has spoken: 72% of U.S. adults would be more inclined to buy organic food items if they were less expensive than their conventionally produced counterparts. This is according to a new survey conducted online by Harris Interactive on behalf of CouponCabin.com, which polled more than 2,000 participants aged 18 and over.

Nothing says “summer” like a great cookout. Hands-on, creative retailers can help shoppers put two and two together to create ideas for a green and healthy meal. Here are some tips for how.