One of our biggest worries in 2000 was “Y2K”. The fear that computers worldwide were going to lock up and shut down. We stocked water, food and much more, anticipating the possible implosion of the internet. It’s almost funny now to think about, except it is not.
Rick Friday posted this image on his Facebook page. What happens when there are no farmers left? And if less than 1% of our farmland is organic, we end up importing the food that Americans want to eat.
Kashi unveiled that with the support of consumers, it will source Certified Transitional ingredients from more than 4,200 acres of U.S. farmland – a 400% increase since the Certified Transitional program started in 2016.
Sony Picture’s Peter Rabbit has garnered a lot of headlines since its release. But we haven’t yet heard from the children that the allergy bullying scenes impact. That is until now.
The high price of organic food can irritate anyone. But the scrutiny that these foods undergo is enormous and expensive, driving prices at the cash register and for those producing them on the farm.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association is the voice of more than 300 leading food, beverage and consumer product companies, but will it be a relic of the 20th century?
For 2018, instead of focusing on what you can lose, focus on what you can gain—like a day spent doing something you love with someone you love, a day not ruined by a number.
So I watched Part 2 of Rotten about food allergies. And I have some questions. So I’ve put them into the production team and am waiting to hear back. I adore Ming Tsai, truly love that man. I was just with him in his restaurant, Blue Dragon, in the fall. If you are ever in…
Consumers have sent a strong response to the use of glyphosate: 8 in 10 households in the U.S. now purchase some organic food (because by law, glyphosate is not allowed to be used on organic crops).
Most of us are woefully deficient in magnesium. Some doctors estimate that 80% of Americans aren’t getting enough of it.