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Arsenic in the food supply: Questions and Answers

May 09, 2012

Reprinted with permission of the Sound Consumer, a publication of PCC Natural Markets   Arsenic in the food supply: Questions and answers with Chuck Benbrook, Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, Washington State University   Media coverage about findings of arsenic in brown rice syrup and other rice-based foods has failed to point out that arsenic [...]

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GMO Article in May 2012 Vogue Magazine

May 09, 2012

The May Issue of  Vogue magazine (U.S.) features an honest and well written piece, titled “Lab to Table,” about  the rise of Genetically Modified foods  (GMOs). Author, Eve Conant, reports on the latest research, the surprising GM foods in her fridge (and maybe in yours),  and the strong movement to get GMOs labeled. The Organic Center’s chief scientist, Dr. Chuck [...]

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Salad Bites: endive boats with apple and cheddar

Feb 04, 2012

Looking for a quick, easy, and healthy appetizer to bring to a potluck? Try endive boats. These perfect little salad bites are sure to be a big hit and break up the mix of all of those heavy dips and nachos at the party. As always please use organic ingredients whenever possible–for the health of [...]

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Organic Farming is Energy Efficient

Aug 11, 2011

By Lynel Shreve   Here in Boulder, Colorado, the summer temperatures are finally beginning their slow descent from the highs of July. If you are like me, and use an AC unit for the summer blasts, this is a wonderful time of the year because you know something else will also be decreasing: your energy [...]

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A Nod to Women in the Organic Industry

May 18, 2011

By: Joan Boykin So much has happened since the early days of the organic movement, yet there are many more opportunities for growth, awareness and improvement. Much of the progress that we’ve made over past decades can be attributed to women, who have become a backbone of the organic industry.  Today, women in organics are [...]

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