Don't panic, eat organic! Share if you agree.
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Tom Marcantonio
Christian Rieger
Alicia Ali Marsden
Cornucopia supports country of origin labeling (COOL) for food. COOL was passed in 2009, but in 2016, under intense pressure from industry, it was revoked.
Cornucopia supports country of origin labeling COOL for food COOL was passed

USDA Sued for Removing Country of Origin Labeling on Meat - Cornucopia Institute

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Jennifer Hessling Yarbrough
Michelle Stava
Debbie Daniels
Together we are unstoppable. Gather and share.
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Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s flagship herbicide Roundup, is not apparently lethal to ants but does change ant behavior. Behavior changes like those found by researchers below are alarming, and, in aggregate, may cause larger changes in the ecosystem.
Glyphosate the active ingredient in Monsantos flagship herbicide Roundup is not apparently

Monsanto’s Glyphosate Changes Creature Behavior - Cornucopia Institute

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Cherie Zahora
Joan O'Neill
Karen Kapnick
The longest running study on flavonoid levels and antioxidant activity in onions defies a 2012 study showing little or no nutritional difference between organic and conventional. As it happens, new research reveals that the level of key nutrients in organic is nutritionally superior.
The longest running study on flavonoid levels and antioxidant activity in onions

Organic Offers More Healthy Nutrients than Conventional - Cornucopia Institute

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Michelle Goldstein
Dean Mindock
Do you agree? We can change the world with organic family farmers.
Do you agree We can change the world with organic family farmers wwwcornucopiaorg
Gretchen Kurtenacker
Kc Trama
Debbie Daniels
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Solo vegetable farming is a dicey business, big growers have made it more difficult to find buyers, and the Amish lifestyle cultivates separation from the world, making internet advertising and timely phone calls impossible. Against these odds, a group of Amish farmers sell designer produce to restaurateurs in Washington, DC.
Solo vegetable farming is a dicey business big growers have made it

Cooperative Sales Bring Amish Vegetables to DC Restaurants - Cornucopia Institute

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We are starting investigative work to develop a new scorecard to rate brands of organic chicken and turkey, and we need your help!

In order to include all possible brands on the poultry scorecard, we need to know what brands of certified organic chicken and turkey are available at retail in your local grocery store or co-op.

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Mark McDonough
Food allergies and intolerances are a terrible burden to the afflicted. Cornucopia has reported on carrageenan, a common food ingredient which makes people ill, and DHA which sickens some infants from formula. Pesticide exposure is another possible culprit for food sensitivity. Cornucopia recommends a whole food, organic diet. A simple diet also helps eaters more easily discern which foods...
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Food allergies and intolerances are a terrible burden to the afflicted Cornucopia

Food Allergies are Expensive and Not Always Understood - Cornucopia Institute

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Seed patents have made it increasingly difficult for plant breeders to find traits that are not the intellectual property of someone else. German plant breeders have become the first in the world to receive open source licenses on seeds to ensure breeding rights remain in the public commons. [ Cornucopia.org Link ]
Seed patents have made it increasingly difficult for plant breeders to find
Happy Father's Day! May you enjoy this special day with your family. [ Cornucopia.org Link ]
Happy Father's Day May you enjoy this special day with your family
We can change the world! Share if you agree and join us in being the organic watchdogs:
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Sandi Cornez
Evelyn Rath
Concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), as their name implies, are feedlots where livestock are kept in large numbers and stressful tight confinement, causing less-than-ideal health in the animals. In close quarters illness spreads quickly, and CAFO animals are increasingly likely to carry antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria, including resistance to some antibiotics doctors turn...
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Concentrated animal feeding operations CAFOs as their name implies are feedlots where
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Dee Reynolds-Redwine
BREAKING: It is unknown what the implications will be of this purchase. It could help make organic food more widely available, or it could place other retailers, including co-op grocers, at a competitive disadvantage. There are serious unanswered questions. Interestingly, the owner of the Washington Post (Jeff Bezos) owns Amazon, and the Washington Post has been running a series of highly...
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BREAKING It is unknown what the implications will be of this purchase
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Kate Sullivan
Opal Marie Diamond
Indigenous people growing native crops have generations of knowledge about seeds, growing food, and even weather patterns. Where biotechnology is used to make money for Big Ag, indigenous traditions are practical, based on the health of the entire food web, and available to farmers willing to learn. [ Cornucopia.org Link ]
Indigenous people growing native crops have generations of knowledge about seeds growing
Dennis Haugen
We are starting investigative work to develop a new scorecard to rate brands of organic chicken and turkey, and we need your help!
We are starting investigative work to develop a new scorecard to rate

Is Your Turkey or Chicken Really Organic or from a Factory Farm? Help us Find Out. - Cornucopia Institute

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Cindy Koch
Dorie Gamble
Oscar Martinez
Facebook Family, You Probably Aren’t Seeing All of Our Good Food Posts. Click on the “Following” button above (next to "Liked", then select “See First” and ensure notifications are “On.” See photo demonstration for a visual assist. Thanks for being a part of our family and helping us spread the good food news. More here: [ Cornucopia.org Link ]
Facebook Family You Probably Arent Seeing All of Our Good Food Posts

Facebook User? You Probably Aren’t Seeing All of Our Good Food Posts - Cornucopia Institute

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Claudia Aguilar Ros
Scientists at Purdue University found that corn seeds coated in neonics release dust containing the poisons into areas bees frequent during pollinating season. They further found that the neonic seed coating had no effect on crop yields. Neonics are not allowed in organic agriculture.
Scientists at Purdue University found that corn seeds coated in neonics release

Bees Exposed to Lethal Doses of Neonics During Corn Planting - Cornucopia Institute

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Bruce Berryhill
Glenda Myers
We are starting investigative work to develop a new scorecard to rate brands of organic chicken and turkey, and we need your help!

In order to include all possible brands on the poultry scorecard, we need to know what brands of certified organic chicken and turkey are available at retail in your local grocery store or co-op.

Here’s how you can help: the next time you are food shopping, note...
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We are starting investigative work to develop a new scorecard to rate
Ursula Stilts
Cari Hyman Epstein
Dennis Haugen