Big poultry and meat producers have absorbed many of the organic grocer’s practices—and become its suppliers.
If this article has any impact, I would like to know whether sales fall at Whole Foods or rise elsewhere. Probably neither.
John Speth on how food we may consider disgusting is essential for survival in the Arctic, with added disgusting goodness from Paul Rozin.
Claims that meat is responsible for the dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico are based on some pretty silly mistakes.
Don't be evil edition, with pigs, poultry and potatoes. Also, Mediterranean diet, and strawberries
Truly? Would like to know more.
That's my wheat field they're standing in
— Michael Thebaker (@michaelthebaker) August 3, 2017
Pricking out some skirret today.
— Backyard Larder (@BackyardLarder) August 3, 2017
Research from the University of Illinois is helping swine producers know what they're getting when they buy soybean meal from different countries. Genetic differences among varieties of soybeans, as well as differences in growing conditions and processing, may affect the nutritional value of soybean meal produced in different places.
Wheat growers are making use of hugely diverse evolutionary populations to give them the seeds they need.