organic

Blog entry | Apr 13 2017

A couple of weeks ago, I noticed I was low on honey, and figured I would buy some more before running out and having nothing to sweeten my green smoothies and tea.

Blog entry | May 20 2016

Actress Emma Watson might be best known for playing “the brightest witch of her age,” Hermione Granger, in the Harry Potter movies, but she has gotten some of her facts wrong about agricul

Blog entry | Apr 26 2016

There are 7 billion people on the planet, and in 30 years, that number will grow to 10 billion.

Blog entry | Feb 16 2016

This week, the British Journal of Nutrition released two new meta-analyses that looked at milk and meat products, sparking headlines like The Guardian’s ‘Organic meat and milk could offer health be

Blog entry | Nov 18 2015

From supermarkets to farmers markets, Americans can enjoy hundreds of nutritious, fresh and high-quality fruits and vegetables. In order to provide such a plentiful food supply, conventional and or

Blog entry | Oct 21 2015

Do you find today’s headlines about diet and nutrition to be endlessly confusing? Are you tired of trying to separate the "bad" foods from the "good" foods?

Blog entry | Aug 24 2015

If you’re checking Facebook, watching morning shows, or answering calls from your mom, you’ve probably already seen the latest headline grab from Consumer Reports, claiming that your ground beef is

Blog entry | Mar 30 2015

Organic and conventionally produced foods. They may seem like “apples and oranges,” but they have a lot more similarities than you may think.

Blog entry | Nov 12 2014

Lately, the use of the word 'natural' has become the source of much public debate, since the definition can vary by product, as opposed to terms like 'organic' that have a standardized definition. 

Blog entry | Oct 02 2014

Consumer Reports did wonders for me when I was buying my first appliances.

Blog entry | Jul 21 2014

Consumers have long been aware of the relationship between nutrition and health.

Article | Jun 12 2011

Increased interest in where our food comes from has led to more frequent use of common food production terms.

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