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Natural Products Sector Will Try Again With $310Bn More Available For Small Business PPP Loans

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NPA found 95% percent of natural food, supplement and cosmetic marketers that applied for a small business loan under CARES Act funding were denied. But industry is hopeful $310bn more made available will lead to more successful applications.

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