Do you grow your own food? It is time to Join millions who want to save seeds, support sustainable agriculture, and fuel the natural beauty that is nature.
One food revolution which deserves more focus is the way we feed our children. There a thousand ways to get involved. You can help change the future.
Did you know that in January of 2013 California passed a bill allowing residents to sell homemade food? The move created over 1,000 local businesses.
Want to buy organic food, but worried about the cost? One study found that when consumers purchased in bulk, they saved an average 89 percent on the bill.
There are three reasons that Big Ag can’t compete with the small farm in the long-term, all revolving around the people’s desire for good, non-toxic food.
Do you NOT buy organic food because it costs too much? Fear not – here are 12 ways to make shopping for organic food more affordable.
Researchers for General Electric are working on a machine that will use microwaves to instantly analyze how many calories are in a plate of food.
About 17 percent of 2500 surveyed American believe the terms ‘local’ and ‘organic’ could be used interchangeably and 22 percent thought local means non-GMO.
Organizations are calling for “best by” dating on foods with long shelf-lives to be lifted, which could save tons of food waste and money for consumers.