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12/16/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

It’s something everyone knows, but not everyone is willing to talk about it: Sugar kills. Consumers know it, although many

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-16-sweet-distraction-the-sugar-industry-has-been-hiding-evidence-of-its-health-effects-for-nearly-50-years-researchers-discover.html

12/15/2017 / By Zoey Sky

While the thought of adding livestock to a traditional backyard can seem daunting, even a beginner can raise several animals.

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-15-it-can-be-done-raising-livestock-in-a-traditional-backyard.html

12/14/2017 / By JD Heyes

Have you ever read a headline that made you do a double-take just because it sounds so outrageous there’s no

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-14-wired-magazine-now-promoting-cannibalism-as-latest-left-wing-trendy-idea.html

12/12/2017 / By Tracey Watson

The popularity of organic produce has grown exponentially in recent years. There are several important advantages to choosing organic over

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-12-ditch-the-expensive-gmo-seeds-homesteaders-switch-to-high-yield-natural-open-pollinated-seeds-instead.html

12/11/2017 / By David Williams

With more than 70 percent of the Earth being covered in water, it may surprise you to know that there

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-11-aquaculture-could-be-the-answer-for-sustainable-seafood-supply-chain.html

12/07/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

If you weren’t already steering clear of cured meat because of its health risks, a study published in the journal

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-07-one-more-reason-to-detox-chemicals-from-cured-meats-build-up-in-the-system-worsen-asthma-symptoms.html

12/01/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

While most of us wouldn’t go out of our way to hurt another living creature, plenty of people don’t think

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-01-animals-experience-emotions-and-exhibit-distinct-personalities-new-science-confirms.html

12/01/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

A shipment of Belarus mushrooms has been seized by French officials due to low-level radiological contamination. As reported by Yahoo.com,

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-01-russian-mushrooms-found-contaminated-with-radioactive-cesium.html

12/01/2017 / By Russel Davis

Shea Belahi has always wanted to grow her own garden, often getting reprimanded during childhood for picking vegetables that did not belong

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-12-01-a-womans-journey-to-promoting-food-independence-and-helping-the-local-community-in-tanzania.html

11/30/2017 / By JD Heyes

Despite a renaissance in organic foods and more information available than ever before about how to eat clean and avoid

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-11-30-study-shows-obesity-epidemic-in-u-s-worsening-as-now-more-than-half-of-all-american-kids-will-develop-the-condition.html

11/27/2017 / By Ethan Huff

The more separated that everyday people become from the land in which their food grows (and from the process of

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-11-27-corporate-agriculture-major-contributor-wealth-disparity.html

11/27/2017 / By Vicki Batts

Wild pig populations in Texas are continuing to expand at a rapid pace. While this may not be the best

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-11-27-hogpocalypse-taking-over-texas-with-millions-of-wild-pigs-but-its-also-easy-wild-food-in-a-collapse.html

11/25/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

It’s hard to find fault with consuming organic food, but those who are against it for whatever reason – like

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-11-25-can-we-feed-the-world-organically-with-some-changes-to-the-system-researchers-say-yes.html

11/25/2017 / By Mike Adams

Water is a precious commodity, and without it we can’t grow food and survive. Yet industrial agriculture wastes water on

http://www.foodsupply.news/2017-11-25-water-wars-erupting-across-our-world-as-fresh-water-supplies-collide-with-surging-food-demand.html