Trailblazer Foods Launches First All-Inclusive Organic Coconut Product Line

From www. businesswire.com | July 8, 2015 PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Trailblazer Foods, a leading manufacturer of private label and branded grocery products in the western U.S., is introducing a complete line of certified organic coconut products, including oil, virgin oil, milk, Light milk, flour, sugar and unsweetened flakes. “There is a strong and growing demand in the U.S. for better-for-you foods,” said Rob Miller, CEO of Trailblazer Foods, “and coconut fits in with …

Nora Pouillon and the Birth of the Farm-to-Table Movement

… of the bird. The tongue and comb went into an omelet; the feet, gizzards, and neck went into the stockpot. Pouillon’s mother, Mutti, was also a fine cook. Avoiding Vienna’s traditionally heavy cooking, Mutti served crisp Wiener schnitzel, Light potato salads, and delicately cooked green salads with thin béchamel sauces. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: Source: Nora Pouillon and the Birth of the Farm-to-Table Movement | PopMatters …

The Dutch Are Planning a Giant Wind-Turbine Tourist Attraction – CityLab

… a big, bladeless turbine. Though not the most curious windmill concept out there (that distinction goes to Berlin’s hydra-headed monster), it certainly is bizarre on a number of fronts. Foremost, the appearance: Shrouded in fog and pink Light in the above rendering, the Windwheel looks like a mix of a supervillain’s lair and the Eye of Sauron —not exactly the thing you’d want to move the kids into. It would also be partially submerged in the Rotterdam port, like an alien …

Which fruits, vegetables are most likely to be exposed to pesticides? – WTOP

… Consumer Reports says. Fruits Peaches and tangerines are the two most high-risk fruits, according to the Consumer Reports data. Researchers recommend always buying them organic and to be particularly cautious of peaches from Chile and the U.S., as well as tangerines from Chile, South Africa and the U.S. Plums are high risk if they are from Chile, but scientists give the green Light to buy conventional if the plum is from the U.S. Researchers says shoppers should always buy organic for peaches, …

WHO Says Roundup is “Probably” Cancer-causing | Crozet Gazette

… a matter of corporate profits and the heck with human health. Apparently, it has come to Light in recent days that in 1985 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classified Roundup/glyphosate as a Class C carcinogen. A Class C carcinogen implies suggestive evidence of carcinogenic potential. In 1991, after Michael Taylor, a former Monsanto lawyer, started working for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the EPA reversed the decision. The FDA classified GMO’s as “substantially …

GMO Critics Vindicated: Biotech Corporations Were Pushing Fraud All Along | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

… biotechnology companies got them onto the market without proper testing, Druker tells the true story about “Frankenfood” that you’ll never hear about on any of the major corporate new networks. From the very beginning, GMOs came to be a thing not because they are superior or safe, but because powerful interests got them there illicitly. In the book’s foreword, award-winning humanitarian and leading primate expert Dr. Jane Goodall lauds Druker for bringing to Light a number of important …

Claims that GMOs Will “Feed the World” Don’t Hold Up | EWG

… unlikely to change in Light of increased consumption of meat around the world and the U.S. biofuels policy requiring production of millions of gallons of corn ethanol to blend into gasoline. “There is a way out of this mess that will produce enough food for the world’s burgeoning population with minimal impact on our environment,” said Cassidy. “In combination, smarter use of fertilizers, a dramatic shift in biofuels policy, a significant reduction in food waste and a better diet could …

Oxygen absorbing material may allow us to breathe underwater

… oxygen, the scientists realized that once the oxygen has been absorbed it can be stored in the material until it is released by heating the material gently or subjecting it to a vacuum. “We see release of oxygen when we heat up the material, and we have also seen it when we apply vacuum,” said Professor McKenzie. “We are now wondering if Light can also be used as a trigger for the material to release oxygen – this has prospects in the growing field of artificial …