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Sound Consumer, April 2003

What’s wrong with GE foods?

From Frankenfish that grow four times faster than normal to animals and plants designed to produce experimental drugs, biotech engineers are tinkering with the fundamental building blocks of life. In the process, biotech companies are corrupting many of the common foods we eat …

From Frankenfish that grow four times faster than normal to animals and plants designed to produce experimental drugs, biotech engineers are tinkering with the fundamental building blocks of life. In the process, biotech companies are corrupting many of the common foods we eat …

New look for PCC (and PCC’s Web site)

Over the next month or so, you’ll see some definite changes at our stores. To better unify our seven locations and create a cohesive umbrella for all the programs we promote, we’ve created a fresh, clean look for our stores, Web site and printed materials.

Over the next month or so, you’ll see some definite changes at our stores. To better unify our seven locations and create a cohesive umbrella for all the programs we promote, we’ve created a fresh, clean look for our stores, Web site and printed materials.

Alternatives for ADHD

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD or ADHD) is believed to affect three to seven percent of school-age children. An estimated four million of these children are prescribed Ritalin (a stimulant medication) …

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD or ADHD) is believed to affect three to seven percent of school-age children. An estimated four million of these children are prescribed Ritalin (a stimulant medication) …

Earth to humans: no oil for food

Jody discusses the “security” of our conventional food supply and it’s dependence on oil, with suggestions on what you can do. Also in this article: Badger Mountain Vineyards gives to the Farmland Fund, Goldie Caughlan joins the Farmland Fund board, and the donor roster for February 1-28, 2003.

Jody discusses the “security” of our conventional food supply and it’s dependence on oil, with suggestions on what you can do. Also in this article: Badger Mountain Vineyards gives to the Farmland Fund, Goldie Caughlan joins the Farmland Fund board, and the donor roster for February 1-28, 2003.