non-gmo food for storage

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I tend to read the news in batches. I scan through and see the different headlines waiting for me in my RSS feed and click on different stories on a wide range of topics. One I saw was about GMO corn. To me, corn and soy beans seem to be the go-to for GMO food… Read more »


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An online friend told me about her recent experience purchasing food storage from one of Efood’s competitors. It turns out the product was set to expire not long after she received it. Lucky for her she caught the problem the day the product arrived, and didn’t put the food away for a couple of decades…. Read more »


family eating a meal

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Just image yourself, right now, as a farmer. Pretend you don’t care what happens to the people who eat your food; you just want to make as much money as possible. What is the best route to go? You will probably want to use GMO seeds to protect the crop and get as much food… Read more »


non GMO

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Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, are highly debated. Some people are completely against it, some for it, and others do not even know it exists. So, the question is: what is the debate and why is it important to avoid genetically modified organisms?


heart of raspberries

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Apart from the heart-shaped cards, cookies, and candy, February also happens to be American Heart Month. This means that while we are busy eating chocolates and making Valentine’s cards, there might just be a different kind of heart we should spend some time considering. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease… Read more »


Chelsea Nunez beef ambassador

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Since my college experience began, I have met people from all over the nation and from many different backgrounds. Along with this, I have experienced plenty of the awkward moments that are bound to happen when people with different backgrounds meet. This was the case just a few weeks ago when two of my closest… Read more »