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Will COVID-19 help save small slaughterhouses? 20.5.2020 High Country News Most Recent
As laborers for the Big Four meatpackers fall ill, small slaughterhouses see unprecedented demand.
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Backyard chickens are having a moment in Colorado, thanks to the pandemic 19.5.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
"They don't really do much. They just walk around, they poop, they sleep and they eat." And they lay eggs, of course.
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Backyard chickens are having a moment in Colorado, thanks to the pandemic 19.5.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
"They don't really do much. They just walk around, they poop, they sleep and they eat." And they lay eggs, of course.
Colorado mushroom hunting: What you need to know before you start foraging 18.5.2020 Denver Post: Entertainment
After weeks of research, Taylor Goodwin and Cat Barthel hopped in the car and drove to a top-secret spot near Fort Collins. They spent a recent Saturday traipsing around the wilderness, keeping their eyes peeled for the distinctive honeycomb pattern of morel mushrooms. On their first-ever mushroom hunt, they returned… Read more »
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Colorado mushroom hunting: What you need to know before you start foraging 18.5.2020 Denver Post: Food
After weeks of research, Taylor Goodwin and Cat Barthel hopped in the car and drove to a top-secret spot near Fort Collins. They spent a recent Saturday traipsing around the wilderness, keeping their eyes peeled for the distinctive honeycomb pattern of morel mushrooms. On their first-ever mushroom hunt, they returned… Read more »
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Smaller producers, retailers say they are positioned to weather coronavirus meat shortage 10.5.2020 Denver Post: Local
Small butchers and grocers say a breakdown in the meat-processing chain was inevitable, and the coronavirus pandemic proves it.
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King Soopers adds Impossible Burgers to plant-based protein offerings 8.5.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
King Soopers this week began selling products from Impossible Food Inc., the company known for its plant-based based burger patties that are on the menus of Burger King restaurants across the country.
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Where to buy veggie plants, herbs and fruit trees in Colorado for that garden you’re starting 17.4.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
It's time to make the garden of your dreams.
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Brauchler: The arbitrary rule closing some Colorado businesses – but not others – must be fixed 17.4.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Now is the time for the governor to reign in unelected officials, take back his order, re-work it, and immediately begin to restore freedom and responsibility to Colorado businesses to save our state.
Where to buy veggie plants, herbs and fruit trees in Colorado for that garden you’re starting 17.4.2020 Denver Post: Entertainment
It's time to make the garden of your dreams.
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What’s next for trucking industry? Many truckers not only looking for freight to haul, but masks and even lunch 17.4.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
While some drivers are busy hauling food to grocery stores, others are finding it tough to line up loads. Store and restaurant closures mean less work for many truckers.
“I just need the comfort”: Processed foods make a pandemic comeback 12.4.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
As the coronavirus shutdowns continue across the United States, two growing trends involving how people eat — the rising amount of money spent on meals outside the home and the increased purchase of fresh or organic foods in grocery stores — have been reversed. Many restaurants have closed, and shoppers are reaching for frozen pizza and boxes of cereal instead of organic greens and whole grains.
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Farm-to-table operations now taking an online farm-to-public approach in the age of coronavirus 3.4.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Before the coronavirus outbreak and the restrictions to slow its spread took hold, Clint and MaryKay Buckner were supplying about 50 restaurants with meat from their grass-fed, pasture-raised cattle, lambs and hogs. They and other Colorado farmers and ranchers are looking for new ways to reach customers.
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Roving produce trucks, curbside farm stands and more alternative grocery options 28.3.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
"I guess my hope is that in a really crappy time, we can get people to smile and enjoy the lemonade that we're making out of all this."
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Out of eggs, rice, garlic or flour? Here are some common swaps for cooking staples. 26.3.2020 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Between grocery trips? Try these ingredient swaps for staples like garlic, eggs, black beans, rice, chicken and flour.
Local grocery workers union plans $1 million coronavirus emergency fund 25.3.2020 Denver Post: Local
A local union representing grocery store workers, and other food and service employees, will establish a $1 million emergency hardship fund for its members who are working long hours and are in prolonged public contact during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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Liquor stores, recreational dispensaries to close in Denver until mid-April 24.3.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Liquor stores and recreational marijuana dispensaries are considered non-essential businesses.
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Letters: Stop the hoarding mentality; All this strife for a bug; Maybe start on a smaller scale; Doubting the misinformation (3/20/20) 20.3.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Stop the hoarding mentality On our weekly visit to King Soopers Sunday morning, we found many items were out-of-stock or nearly so — not just toilet paper but bread, flour, bananas, and eggs, as well as canned soups, vegetables and fruit. The logic for this panic buying seems to be to stock up before your […]
Industry, experts: Food supply chain strong, but empty shelves wiped out by panic buying fan fears 20.3.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
The aisles of empty shelves in Denver-area grocery stores and supermarkets might signal otherwise, but Richard Mizell, whose company helps fill those shelves, is adamant that the food supply chain is in good shape in the face of concerns about coronavirus.
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Denver shoppers snap up meat, veggies and pasta as grocers urge restraint 14.3.2020 Denver Post: All Political News
Harried shoppers filled stores Friday as stock dwindled on Denver area store shelves. The industry, meanwhile, urged calm and patience, saying the supply chain is not broken. 
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