A report reveals that a whopping 60 percent of the food we purchase comes in the form of processed junk, but does that number reflect buying habits today?
As McDonald’s keeps losing profits each and every month, even kids are eating less disease-breeding fast food.
Maine lawmakers along with members of the Organic Consumers Association have put forth a bill, LD 991, with strong support to label GMOs IMMEDIATELY.
Championing consumers and retailers of the United States are refusing to buy Kellogg’s and Kashi, as they commit food fraud and sell GMO-laden foods.
From this March until May, Nippon Airways Co. Ltd. (NAC) will be serving their customers in the friendly skies ‘Fukushima food.’
Seeing that organic food sales are exploding, one of the largest retailers in the US is doubling down their investment in organic and sustainable products.
A study points to processed junk food for the heavy increase in auto-immune diseases like multiple sclerosis, alopecia, asthma, and eczema.
That BIG problem with GMOs is that you can’t recall genetically modified corn, soy, or other GM crops. Once they are unleashed, there is no turning back.
The consumption of junk food has been found to override the natural ‘kill’ switch that regulates the calories we consume, causing people to eat more.
Consumer demand for organic food is seeing double digit growth year over year, with a potential $35 billion in organic food sales this year.
As individuals and communities learn and empower themselves through decentralized, free food gardens, it is certaint that we will reclaim food sovereignty.
Here are 6 widely accepted food myths that, when busted, will help you not only save your health, but also your wallet.
A new food-freedom bill has been introduced in Indiana which would require companies to label foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients.
Denmark plans on doubling organic farming in order to serve organic food to the nation’s public. It is deemed the ‘world’s most ambitious’ organic venture.
A bizarre food experiment has found that a Walmart-brand ice cream sandwich can survive for 12 hours in the sun without melting at all. This can’t be right.
One Incredible Edible park in Irvine, California, formerly 7.5 acres of wasted space, is now an edible park that feeds 200,000 people every month!
We are creating a new generation where organic, small-scale farming is being brought back to life in ways not experienced for perhaps a century.