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California Baby Will Transition Products To New 100% Plant-Based Preservative

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Executive Summary

The Los Angeles-based natural product trailblazer says it will be positioned to use 100% bio-based claims – and USDA’s corresponding certification logo – thanks to its new plant-based preservative system. The innovation should serve as a signal to the wider industry and FDA that 100% plant-based skin-care products are possible, the company’s founder suggests.


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