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After watching several documentaries about our food supply and learning just how deficient in nutrients the food we consume has become over the past 30-years, our family has decided to make some serious changes. We are buying organic, eating in season and buying locally. Our meat is grassfed, our bread in homebaked and I feel good about what my family is eating.

If you aren't aware of the danger genentically modified corn and soy products present to your families diet, continue reading. Find out the latest news and commentary on GMO food sources, eating and buying organic foods, nutritional news, food related health issues and much more.

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KOMO News (WA)

by Marlee Ginter

August 10, 2009

Shoppers flocked to the Ballard Farmer's Market on Sunday - as they do every week - willing to pay extra for certified organic food.

But a study by British researchers say there's no difference between organic produce and conventionally grown food when it comes to nutrition. So KOMO News asked shoppers at the Ballard market if the study's results would change their buying habits. Perhaps not surprisingly, most said it would not.

Denver Organic Food Examiner

by Corrie Romine

August 9, 2009

Organic beef is slowly gaining in popularity in the Denver-metro area and throughout the country. But what exactly is organic beef and is the extra cost worth it?

Organic beef is beef from cows that have lived an organic lifestyle prior to slaughter. These cows are given access to sunlight, fresh air, clean water, exercise and are fed an all organic feed.


August 8, 2009

BEIJING -- China's organic produce movement is growing steadily amid recurring health scares and a desire for a return to natural food, some growers say.

"The Chinese people are very aware that their food is rubbish," said Romuald Pieters, director of Sustainable Development & Agriculture Creation, a consulting firm working in China. Last year's contaminated-milk scandal reinforced fears about China's food supply.

Herald Tribune (FL)

by Kate Spinner

August 4, 2009

The label on the jug reads "for pet use only," but in the privacy of their kitchens, thousands of people statewide mix smoothies with, churn ice cream with, and drink cold glasses of raw milk.

It is illegal in Florida and many other states to sell raw milk. Drinking raw milk is like religion for some people. They report benefits for ailments including eczema, aches, stomach problems, even lactose intolerance. Marji Bitterman, 64, says she buys raw milk for her pet. By that she means husband.

The Sunday Times (UK)

by Chris Gourlay

August 2, 2009

For the past five years Margo O'Neill has chosen to live on a diet consisting almost entirely of organic food. Although she admits her shopping bill would be lower if she bought ordinary fare, O'Neill insists the benefits outweigh the costs.

"The food tastes better and it gives me more energy," said O'Neill, a grandmother from Hampstead, north London. She is a firm believer that organic food is healthier. So she was more than a little vexed when the Food Standards Agency (FSA) published a report last week saying the opposite.

Sunday Express

August 2, 2009

Economy Gastronomy, the BBC's latest flagship cooking show, is championing the art of eating well but cheaply.

The presenters, chefs Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merrett, will tell families how to serve up tasty food without busting the household budget. Each week, the pair will give top tips on how to swap microwave TV meals in favour of savoury home-made tortillas, hotpots, bhajis and fish pies by using leftovers in the fridge and cupboard. But TV bosses have decided not to include organic food in the show's money-saving menus.

Nutrition Examiner

by Annie Kay

August 1, 2009

One morning this week as I watched Morning Joe, poor Mika was getting razzed by the guys for buying organic food. A new study out suggests that the nutritional quality of organic food is no different than traditionally farmed foods.

The media (and advocacy groups I'm sure) have taken it several steps further to say that paying extra for organic foods is a waste of money. Wowwee. Misinformation for all. I thought the coverage sounded too definitive to be true, so I took a look at the study...

The Seattle Times

by Lynn Thompson

July 29, 2009

Edmonds has become the first city in the state to ban reusable plastic grocery bags at retail stores.

The Edmonds City Council approved the ban Tuesday night 5-1, saying plastic bags hurt the environment and are easily replaced by reusable grocery bags. The ban won't affect plastic bags for produce and bulk food, which will continue to be available to shoppers. Stores can still offer free paper bags.

Austin American-Statesman

by Miguel Liscano

July 28, 2009

It cost him his job at a Round Rock Randalls, but Troy Schafer, who was fired last week after chasing a purse snatcher out of the grocery store, said he didn't have much choice.

The customer called police as Schafer collected Welch's purse, which had already been gone through and dropped in the field. Then Schafer chased the suspect for about another quarter-mile before police caught up and arrested the 15-year-old. "We got her purse back, all of her money, everything," Schafer said. "Then, the next day, my loss prevention unit from Randalls came in and said I was suspended without pay."

Tampa Crime Examiner

by Charisse Van Horn

July 28, 2009

Sunday, July 26, 2009, little Bailey Barzano, a 4-year-old girl was taken to the hospital after eating a Skittles candy.

Currently, no one is certain how the Oxycodone managed to get inside a bag of Skittles that appeared to be sealed shut. Additionally, no one is sure how Bailey managed to get the bag of candy in the first place.

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