|It’s a scrambled egg scene|
Portland Press Herald - 3/11/2009.By Meredith Goad – Choosing a dozen eggs at the grocery store these days is as complicated as picking a health insurance plan. There are so many labels, with so many different options. Who knows what they all mean?
|Schools to keep bugs at bay a safer way|
Organic Consumers - 3/11/2009.By Crystal Gammon, Environmental Health News – A new EPA plan would cut school pesticide use by 70 percent or more, but some say children and teachers should be protected by mandates, not voluntary guidelines.
|Bring local produce and the customers will come|
Organic Consumers - 3/11/2009.By Carol Sonenklar, Green Right Now – If people who ran the highest risk of obesity and Type 2 diabetes were offered more fruits and vegetables to offset or prevent these health risks, would they eat them? Resoundingly, yes.
|Not milk: the ingredient behind the dairy crisis|
Ethicurean - 3/10/2009.by Elanor – It’s interesting that at the moment demand was supposedly crashing hard - the last quarter of 2008 - U.S. dairy imports rose by more than 15% over the previous three quarters. If no one in the U.S. wanted milk, then why did companies increase their spending by nearly $120 million last fall to bring it in from abroad?