• If You Drink Coffee Make Sure it is Organic

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    Americans drink 400 million cups of coffee every day, which adds up to over $4-billion worth of imported coffee each year. It is a sad state of affairs that Latin American farmers are abandoning their organic coffee crops faster than rats leaving a sinking ship. These farmers were promised they would benefit financially from ditching […]

  • Georgia Man the Target of Armed Raid After Chopper Spots Common Plant Growing in His Yard

    What began as a drug enforcement raid turned out to be a colossal mistake in Bartow County, Georgia after members of a drug suppression task force went after a man who was simply growing a food crop that is especially common among gardeners in the south. Dwayne Perry of Cartersville, Georgia recently noticed a police […]

  • This May be Hard to Believe but we Now Know that Sugar is as Addictive as Cocaine

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    Calling all sugar-fiends! Did you know that little white stuff you sprinkle into your coffee, that’s hidden in your granola bar and is filled in your dessert is as addictive as that white powder that’ll get you behind bars? Sugar (street name: stardust, snow, crack, fairy dust, rock.. just kidding) gets you hooked through invoking […]

  • 8 Foods Even The Experts Won’t Eat

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    Food scientists are shedding light on items loaded with toxins and chemicals–and simple swaps for a cleaner diet and supersized health. Experts from different areas of specialty explain why they won’t eat these eight foods. Clean eating means choosing fruits, vegetables, and meats that are raised, grown, and sold with minimal processing. Often they’re organic, […]

  • Tell McDonald’s: Stop Toxic Pesticide Drift. Require Your Potato Producers to Reduce Pesticide Use

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    A Minnesota-based group calling itself the Toxic Taters Coalition says Minnesotans are tired of putting up with toxic chemicals and pesticides drifting into their yards, schools and farms—the result of the state’s potato farmers’ frequent spraying of their potato crops with toxic chemicals. The coalition says it’s time for McDonald’s to keep the promise it […]

  • This is What Your Grocery Store Looks Like Without Bees

    One of every three bites of food comes from plants pollinated by honeybees and other pollinators.Yet, major declines in bee populations threaten the availability of many fresh ingredients consumers rely on for their dinner tables.           To raise awareness of just how crucial pollinators are to our food system, the University […]

  • 14 Fruits and Vegetables to Always Buy Organic

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    The Environmental Working Group has released its 2013 list of The Dirty Dozen Plus and The Clean Fifteen. The suggestions given by EWG are based strictly on the levels of contamination from pesticide. The Clean 15 list does contain items that are potentially genetically modified, so you must be aware of this fact when shopping, […]

  • “Father of GMOs” Downplays Opponents and Calls Them “Extreme Voices;” Here’s Why He’s Dead Wrong

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    Genetically modified foods are banned or at least labeled throughout most of the world, with the vast majority of GMOs currently being grown in just six countries according to a recent report from Friends of the Earth. But in America, they are commonplace, with almost 90 percent of corn, 94 percent of soybeans and 91 […]

  • Whole Foods Rolls Out New Produce Rating System – Here’s What Each Label Means

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    Whole Foods has become one of the fastest growing companies in America by capitalizing on the growing movement for food integrity (and GMO free food especially), but the company has been under increased scrutiny as of late. A lawsuit over false “natural” labels in baked goods and an investigation into their sale of GMO-contaning foods […]

  • What Hillary Said 40 Seconds Into This Video Should Put Anyone Who Cares About Organic on Notice

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    Thanks to the tireless work of millions of activists, journalists and movements like the worldwide March Against Monsanto, the term “GMO” has become a word imbued with all sorts of negative connotations, one synonymous with the deception, health, and environmental risks of this dangerously under-tested technology. But Monsanto and the Biotech industry in general are […]

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