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Know Your Food and Stomach; Brazil is Pepsico’s New Target; Women Like Men Who Eat Veggies; Good Labels Coming Soon, Says OCA; Junk Food Nation, Above and Below Sea Level

Know What’s Making You Sick to Your Stomach This quick read from the New York Times provides a byte of insight for what and why some people occasionally experience a so-called ‘stomach bug’ that portends either a quick trip to the bathroom or a glass full of … Read More

Free Lunch For ALL NYC Kids; Losses in Texas After Harvey; Groundbreaking New Climate Bill; Florida Researchers Considering ‘Heat Resistant’ Cows

Lunch is Now Served FREE For All NYC Public School Kids Helping to eliminate the stigma of Free Lunch for “children in need,” and reinforcing the attitude which many food justice and public health advocates have, that learning is contingent upon being fed and full; … Read More

Harvey Affecting Hunger; The Microwave Turns 50; Prejudice Against Obesity; Dance Away Food Waste

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What Has Harvey Done for the Anti-Hunger Relief Groups Now anti-hunger groups are taking advantage of Harvey’s disastrous impact to Houston’s greatly impoverished communities, asking for more donations and financial support in order to provide hunger relief to those most … Read More

FDA Helping or Hurting Consumers, You Decide; GMO Moths Field Testing; Brands Behind Trader Joe’s Snacks; Black Lives in the Food Movement

FDA Acknowledges Consumers Demand and Won’t Delay Menu Labeling Last week, in a report by the Center for Food Safety, “the FDA announced that it will not change the May 2018 deadline for supermarkets, convenience stores, pizza chains, and other … Read More

EPA Documents Reveal Truth About Plans for Pesticides; Powerful Victory for Waterkeeper Alliance; The EPA and GMOs Still Need Our Attention; Trump’s Renegotiations of NAFTA; Juniper Ash Provides More Calcium than Milk

EPA Documents Reveal Appointees Plans to Reject Ban of Chlorpyrifos “Chlorpyrifos is still widely used in agriculture — on apples, oranges, strawberries, almonds and many other fruits — though it was barred from residential use in 2000. The E.P.A.’s scientists have recommended it … Read More

Impossible Meat with Possible Consequences; Summer Greenmarkets Can Help Boost Economy; Scientists Fear Trump’s Dismissal of Climate Report;

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Impossible Meat with Possible Consequences: Challenges of Food Tech It’s been no secret that for decades Genetically-modified food has been a favorite for those working and profiting in Big Ag yet the possible ill-effects of these GMO foods on our health and the environment have … Read More

Poison Papers Found in Old Oregon Barn; Wheat Gluten of Heirloom Varieties is Clean; NAFTA Renegotiation To Be Fixed?

‘Poison Papers’ Transcripts How the EPA Colluded With Chemical Industry The Poison Papers are a 20,000 document trove of industry and regulatory papers collected primarily by Carol Van Strum and other environmental activists, obtained through legal discovery in lawsuits against … Read More

New House Budget Impacts Food Security; What You Need to Know About Toxicities Found in Baby Food; How Tech is Changing the Food Workforce

In the next ten years, Trump’s administration is proposing to slash federal spending on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by increasing eligibility requirements and by imposing additional work requirements. The total expected cuts is $193 billion, more than 25 … Read More


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