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Downloading coupons could cost a consumer’s right to sue in court

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SEATTLE -- Could ‘liking’ your favorite breakfast cereal on Facebook end your right to a day in court if you get sick from the food and want to sue? Confusion spread quickly online about General Mills' policy. That prompted General Mills

Olive oil, fish top EU food fraud list

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BRUSSELS (AP) — An EU draft report says olive oil, fish and organic food are subjected to fraud more than any other foods.

Big food: Michael Pollan thinks Wall Street has way too much influence over what we eat

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Michael Pollan explains what studying the food system taught him about capitalism, and more

A Magical Miniature World Of Snails By Vyacheslav Mishchenko

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38 mentions2 days ago 2 days ago
Talented Ukrainian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko has an eye for taking photos that bring small natural worlds up to our level, showing us how the world might look if we could see it through the eyes of an ant, snail or lizard. Mishchenko's interest with the miniature natural ...

The Scary New Evidence on BPA-Free Plastics

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29 mentions1 week ago 1 week ago
Inside the Big Tobacco-style campaign to bury the disturbing evidence about the products you use every day.

How Food Marketers Made Butter the Enemy

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Mark Bittman argues that the real demon is processed foods. Here's why he's right.

'Fed Up' Film Examines Food Industry

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“Fed Up,” a film that received a lot of attention at the Sundance Film Festival, focuses on the sugar industry and its effect on the health of Americans. The film follows the lives of a group of children over the course of two years as...

Supreme Court seems inclined to bolster truth-in-labeling laws

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WASHINGTON — In a case that could strengthen truth-in-labeling laws, Supreme Court justices on Monday voiced deep skepticism about Coca-Cola's Pomegranate Blueberry juice that is 99.4% apple and grape juice, saying the name would probably fool most consumers, including themselves.

Grand Theft Seafood: Popular Farmers' Market Fish Vendor Arrested on Multiple Charges

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The proprietor of Sea Fever Seafood, one of the most popular booths at the Sunday Hollywood Farmers' Market for years, was arrested Sunday by game wardens from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in Santa Barbara Harbor following a two-month-long investigation.

Pesticides Have Devastating Effect On Earthworms

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Pesticides are sprayed on crops to help them grow, but the effect on earthworms living in the soil under the plants is devastating, new research reveals:

Belcampo's burger is already driving them wild -- here's how

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Just when you thought Los Angeles couldn’t possibly get excited about yet another hamburger, along comesBelcampo . And eaters are going wild.

The Value of a Sherpa Life

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The deadliest single day in the history of Everest claimed 16 Sherpas lives in an instant. And, yes, there is something that needs to be done about it.

Drought Now Covers 100 Percent of California

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5 mentions3 hours ago 3 hours ago
And the snowpack is melting quickly, too.

Lucky Peach

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6 mentions1 week ago 1 week ago
food magazine.

Lois Wallace, RIP

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4 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
SundayDies irae.I have been fighting a generally low feeling for some time now. I awake dizzy and depressed. I sleep long hours in the day in my office, on a bed with my dogs. We all lie there fast asleep and then I get up and check my ...

Reports of a Drop in Childhood Obesity Are Overblown

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It is no secret that the United States has a weight problem. Roughly 30 percent of American adults are clinically obese, or have a body mass index of at least 30. That’s more than 175 pounds for so...


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Alice Waters and Ruth Reichl in conversation at the Art Institute of Chicago, April 2014.

Fresno ranks No. 1 on California pollution list

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FRESNO — The state's new effort to map the areas most at risk from pollution features hot spots up and down California.

Farmers and eaters: Why can’t we be friends?

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Too often, city-dwelling organic shoppers and flyover-country farmers resent each other. But they're both really after the same things.

GMO Labeling Bill To Become Law

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3 mentions1 day ago 1 day ago
The Vermont House of Representatives voted 114 - 30 Wednesday to require the labeling of foods produced with genetically modified organisms. Proponents of

Eat Well

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Searching for a new vegetarian or vegan recipe? Try our new Eat Well Recipe Finder.

Wendy MacNaughton

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20x200, founded by Jen Bekman, sells limited-edition, museum-quality art prints at affordable prices.

Does Buying Organic Help Farmworkers?

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The federal standards don't include any labor provisions, but the Agricultural Justice Project is sustainable ag work for the people in the fields.

Sterling College Continuing Education

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Sterling College’s continuing education courses are inspired by the artisans and the landscape of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, and by our philosophy of a liberal arts edcuation through the lens of ecology. Our two-week and four-week short courses offer unparalleled opportunities in ecology, outdoor education, sustainable agriculture,