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The ocean conservation advocacy group Oceana alleges that the shrimp industry dupes consumers on the sourcing of the shrimp they are buying.
Should we start to view meat as a luxury? The environmental costs, ethics and cost to public health all suggest we need to rethink meat.
Clorox recently announced an expansion of their “Ingredients Inside” program, which includes more information about fragrances. But is this really enough?
Ecovention’s GreenBox, or the “pizza box of the 21st century” as described by Fox News, is continuing to make a difference in the pizza industry.
P&G, in a joint announcement with DuPont, said cellulosic ethanol will be an ingredient in Tide Detergent, an announcement 10 years in the making.
Coke and Pepsi are each launching a stevia line - can they breathe life into the flagging soda market?
Wandering through Expo Prado 2014 in Montevideo is not for the vegan or for those with a soft spot for animals, especially for chickens.
One can learn much about the current economy and culture in Uruguay by visiting the Expo Prado, the national fair ending on September 14.
Travel to any city should involve a visit to open markets, and in Uruguay, Montevideo's Feria de Tristán Narvaja is no exception.
Last week the RSPO announced that the sales of sustainable palm oil are surging as demand outpaces supply for the first time ever.
Whole Foods is now selling rabbit meat at a limited number of stores across the United States, and some New Yorkers are very unhappy.
In 1987, Mary Risley founded Food Runners in San Francisco to pick up uneaten food from local businesses to distribute it to charities.