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An update at what’s happening in #FADS news
You may have noticed a lot of #FADS have been in the news lately, so we thought it would be fun to bring back #FADSFriday and gather the most interesting bits of recent #FADS news in this special round up.
Plant-based meat alternatives really are healthier, new review suggests
Taco Bell Adds “Real Seasoned” Vegan Beef to 50 Stores
Are 3D printed bug nuggets the future of food?
Jiminy’s makes fastest growing companies list
Drink trends: from cocktail nostalgia to mindful sips
Non-Alcoholic Beer Market SWOT Analysis, Business Growth Opportunities by Top Companies, Future Challenges and Forecast to 2032
Japan Launches Campaign For Young People to Drink More to Boost Economy
TikTok and Mormon moms love dirty soda. Here’s why you might, too.
6 Ways Pharma Brands Can Optimize Social Listening Tech
Analysis: U.S. move to negotiate drug prices a rare defeat for Big Pharma
Biden’s Drug Czar Is Leading the Charge for a ‘Harm Reduction’ Approach
Where cannabis legalization efforts stand across the country
Could psychedelics be the future of mental health?
What Do Athletes Get From Ayahuasca, Mushrooms and Ecstasy?
After Roe, Men Might Finally Get Better Birth Control
Monkeys in Indonesia use rocks as ‘sex toys’
Why Amnesty International Is Calling for Decriminalizing Sex Work
Guybrators, Joysticks and teledildonics: inside the sex tech revolution
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