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Wall Street Journal

New York's attorney general is investigating whether the multibillion-dollar energy-drink industry is deceiving consumers with misstatements about the ingredients and health value of its products.

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http://www.zerohedge.com, by Tyler Durden

Spam may or may not be a better investment than gold (tip: it isn't, and only those for whom the only solution to a record debt crisis is more debt can claim otherwise), but some things are certain: it is edible, it is cheap and it can be stored inde

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Terrence Aym

With climate change comes wild shifts in weather patterns ranging from lengthy, severe droughts to torrential rains. As this article goes to press, massive droughts are affecting the crops and livestock of Canada, the U.S., and parts of the Russian F

News Link • Global Reported By Terrence Aym
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Lew Rockwell blog

Explores the explosion of urban agriculture (especially in NY, Milwaukee, and Detroit) and interviews the "food rebels" who make things happen, even if on a very small scale. The documentary looks at community gardens as an alternative to the industr

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Washington Examiner

At the center of all this is the county zoning administrator, a bureaucratic czar named Kimberley Johnson, whose bullying and heavy-handed enforcement tactics have resulted in calls for her dismissal by county farmers and residents.

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http://chrisinmaryville.net/

In November, voters in the nation’s most populous state will decide whether to require labels on food and drinks containing so-called GMOs, or ingredients that come from plants whose DNA has been manipulated by scientists. To fight the initiative,

News Link • Global Reported By Chris Menke
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arclein

Safer choices might be Alaskan Pollock or Atlantic Mackerel, said Gerber, a conservation biologist and sushi lover. In fact, the research grew out of her interest in knowing more about the fish she was eating and the choices she and her friends made

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Traditional, anecdotal, and even clinical research supports the fact that the allicin contained in garlic has both anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. The medical journal Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology published a clinical study in 2001

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http://www.rawstory.com, By Agence France-Presse

The Group of 20 top economies will meet shortly to try and coordinate a response to soaring food prices, driven by drought and rising demand, the Financial Times reported Monday.

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But insects will need an image overhaul if they are to become more palatable to the squeamish Europeans and North Americans, says Gaye, who is a member of the Experimental Food Society. "They will beco

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