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If It Ain't Broke. . .

Why question my veganism after all these years. As the saying goes, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.

Well, quite simply I think my ideology and my health might be broke. 347 more words


Sleeping With the Enemy: Understanding the Coca-Cola Relationship

What do you get when you fill a room with policymakers, corporate sponsors, and dietary experts?

You get dietary guidelines that look great on paper, but in reality unleash… 636 more words

Corporate Social Responsibility

French reaction to food waste

Some things that rarely make it into US newspapers are considered more serious in Europe. Large-scale destruction of food, crops, livestock or arable land is one of the topics that really sets the French off, no matter what their political leanings. 476 more words

Food Politics

Edible cities, edible homes

Have you ever heard about the philosophy of edible cities? In the name of this ideal, owners of small flats and houses fill their windowsills with pots of chives and parsley, change their lawns into vegetable patches and fill their hanging baskets with tomato vines. 593 more words


A few short thoughts on the GMO debate

Once again, GMO labeling laws have been in the news, with the U.S. House of Representatives passing a bill that would ban states (like Vermont) from implementing laws that require products containing GMOs to be labeled as such. 298 more words