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Category: Food Consumption :: Marketing
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On the Market: Foreclosures in Routt County at 72 in 2009 21.6.2009 Steamboat Pilot
Routt County Treasurer Jeanne Whiddon confirms that as of this week, her office has been asked to initiate 72 foreclosure proceedings in 2009.
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Taking Down the Corporate Food System Is Simple 20.6.2009 AlterNet
The new book Food Inc. explains the most realistic and effective approach to transforming a system that is slowly but surely killing ...
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Help Save the Earth, Time to Subsitute Hemp for Oil 18.6.2009 AlterNet.org: Discuss
Every man-made fiber we wear, sit on, cook with, drive in, are by-products of the petroleum industry -- all of which could be replaced by ...
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A Chemical Found in Most Consumer Products May Cause Heart Disease in Women 18.6.2009 AlterNet
Bisphenol A is used in countless consumer products including food and beverage containers, kitchen appliances, electronics, and ...
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A Chemical Found in Most Consumer Products May Cause Heart Disease in Women 18.6.2009 AlterNet
Bisphenol A is used in countless consumer products including food and beverage containers, kitchen appliances, electronics, and ...
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A Chemical Found in Most Consumer Products May Cause Heart Disease in Women 18.6.2009 AlterNet
Bisphenol A is used in countless consumer products including food and beverage containers, kitchen appliances, electronics, and ...
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Farmer Brown Fights Back 17.6.2009 American Spectator
To all appearances, green special interests are on a roll. They have managed to get committed environmentalists appointed to key congressional committees and regulatory positions. They have ...
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Bear enters Granby-area house, eats pet’s food 17.6.2009 Steamboat Pilot
A Granby-area family endured an unwanted dinner guest for about 10 minutes Sunday night when a bear en­­tered their mud room through a dog door. “Our dog made a strange noise — a combination between a growl and a bark,” Brenda Freeman said.
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Crunchberries on Trial 16.6.2009 GOOD
A California woman’s lawsuit over the existence of Cap’n Crunch’s “crunchberries” might be ridiculous, but she’s not the only one confused about her food. On the front of the cereal box, a joyful Cap’n Crunch thrusts red, purple, and teal balls of crunchberries towards customers. The cartoonist Jay Ward, of Rocky and Bullwinkle fame, created the original Cap’n and his crew for Quaker Oats before the company ever started production on its crunchy corn-based cereal in the… ...
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Eating Meat Is Not Natural 15.6.2009 AlterNet.org: Discuss
Eating meat is a relatively recent phenomenon in human evolution. And our bodies have never adapted to ...
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Eating Meat Is Not Natural 15.6.2009 AlterNet
Eating meat is a relatively recent phenomenon in human evolution. And our bodies have never adapted to ...
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Debate over using anti-microbials in livestock 15.6.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
Conventional cattle ranchers and pig and chicken farmers routinely feed their animals a steady diet of antibiotics to prevent illness and help them grow fatter faster. But as consumers become more obsessed with what they eat, including an insatiable hunger... Sponsored ...
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Bean there, done that 14.6.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
As Bob Weeks offers me a cup of coffee made with a stock of organic Ethiopian beans he'd roasted the day before, I can't wait to see how he's going to prepare it.
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Senate Passes Tobacco Measure 12.6.2009 WSJ: Most Viewed Today
The U.S. Senate passed historic legislation that puts the tobacco industry under FDA ...
Globesity: How climate change and obesity draw from the same roots 12.6.2009 Gristmill

You’ve heard all the reasons before: We drive too much. We eat too much meat and processed food. We spend too much time with plugged-in devices—computers, TVs, air conditioners. Climate change, right? Half right. We’re really talking about the the worldwide rise in obesity.



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How We Can Free Ourselves from a Fossil-Fuel-Soaked Diet 12.6.2009 Rocky Mountain News: Skiing and tourism
By gradually relocalizing our food production we can return to an agricultural system that is much less energy ...
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When it comes to food, we’re all in this together 12.6.2009 Grist Magazine

Teenagers and nations like to declare independence. But for a long time now, humans have relied on a broad, global, and utterly interdependent genetic and cultural basis for food production.



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It’s official—the era of cheap oil is over 12.6.2009 Gristmill

Every summer, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) of the U.S. Department of Energy issues its International Energy Outlook (IEO)—a jam-packed compendium of data and analysis on the evolving world energy equation.



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Tobacco Measure Clears Hurdle 12.6.2009 Wall St. Journal: US Business
The U.S. Senate passed historic legislation that puts the tobacco industry under FDA regulation. The vote was ...
Stop Being Distracted by Loudmouths Like Limbaugh: The Real Problem Is Lousy Democrats Like Evan Bayh and Ben Nelson 11.6.2009 AlterNet.org: Discuss
Republicans are not the obstacle to progressive governance. Instead, Democrats who refuse to support a public option are the ...
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