Archive for the 'Food News' Category

Jan 19 2009

Angela Stokes on CNN News: Raw Food Weight Loss

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See Angela Stokes of http://www.RawReform.com in a two minute Raw Food Weight Loss Special with Dr. Sanjay Gupta on CNN’s “Fit Nation”. Angela released 160 pounds with a Raw Food Lifestyle. Premiered on CNN News September 23rd, 2008. Duration : 0:2:2

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Jan 12 2009

FOOD NEWS: Kitchen Literacy

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PART 1—A conversation with author, Ann Vileisis about Kitchen Literacy, what we know about our food, and how we came to know it. For Ann, her book Kitchen Literacy came about because she was struck by how much she didn’t know about the common foods she encountered in the supermarket. In the research for her […]

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Jan 11 2009

Building A Local Food Economy (part 2 of 3)

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Building a local food economy also depends upon retaining local farms, and encouraging the development of new ones. In part 2, Ken Meter outlines the problem with the diminishing availability of affordable farmland. He also shares a couple of stories about two enterprising community efforts: one that makes land more accessible for farming; the other, […]

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Dec 29 2008

FOOD NEWS: Kitchen Literacy-2

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Continuing the conversation with Ann Vileisis, author of Kitchen Literacy, she explains how over time we became gradually disassociated from how foods were produced, and where they originated. Most importantly, the advertising industry played a significant role in changing American values toward food, and easing the transformation to the industrial food production system of today. […]

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Dec 28 2008

Mother Earth News 6/$14.95

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6 Issues for $14.95 This is a country lifestyle service magazine focused on do-it-yourself living, personal achievement, outdoor recreation, thrift and the blending of the old-fashioned with modern ingenuity. Its articles cover equipment, tools, gardening, health and home remedies, home building and repair, fishing, natural food and cooking environmentally-friendly products, recycling, country lore and small […]

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Dec 22 2008

Ken Meter: Building A Local Food Economy (part 1 of 3)

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As the pendulum has swung toward a globalized economy, more people are realizing the huge costs ociated with the singular pursuit of maximizing profit, employing cheap labor, and ignoring environmental concerns. A shift is underway to promote sustainable local economies, in part, a necessary response to increased fuel costs, and global warming threats. Creating a […]

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Dec 20 2008

FOOD NEWS: Part3: Conversation with King Corn Filmmaker Curt

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Farming today is not what we may imagine it to be. It’s become largely an industrial process, and corn epitomizes this shift in production methods. In Part 3, ‘King Corn’ filmmaker Curt Ellis shares his experience growing an acre of corn in Iowa, and what it was like for him and his partner. Surprisingly, the […]

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Dec 19 2008

Quick Frozen Foods International Magazine Subscription

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Quick Frozen Foods International Magazine provides reports on the worldwide frozen foods market. An international publication of up-to-the-minute news of frozen foods for processors exporters and importers wholesalers retailers equipment manufacturers packagers transportation and storage.Important delivery note – Please allow an industry average of three to six weeks for delivery of the first issue of […]

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Dec 18 2008

Cooking Up A Story: Food News—The Farm Bill-Part 1

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In this series of conversations with Dan Imhoff, he explains how the farm bill has evolved, and what it has come to mean for farmers and the American public. If you think it’s just politics as usual, you may be astonished at what you hear… Duration : 0:5:56

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Dec 16 2008

news wine bag

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You bring the wine and I’ll bring the food…section. This clever wine bag is made of recycled newspapers (from the food section) and soft, durable, water-resistant laminate. Complete with double rope handles, this memorable and reusable bag will make a delightful companion to a bottle of wine. Handmade in Los Angeles. Due to the recycled […]

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