Craft brewing now makes up more than five percent of the beer market, meaning artisan brewers have a say in the variety and quality of hops grown in the Northwest.
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Sound Consumer, September 2012
What’s the difference between an ale and a lager? Find out, plus staff picks, and terms you should know to be a beer geek.
This year, genetically engineered sweet corn-on-the-cob hits the U.S. market for the first time. You will not find it at PCC.
Early-fall favorites in our produce aisles — peppers, eggplant, corn and tomatoes — are a great way to make easy dips and spreads.
Limited water supplies and who controls them have defined the history of the American West for centuries. Conflicts over water are certain to increase with global warming and a growing population.
Join Jubilee Farm in Carnation, Wash., for a celebration of the new partnership with the PCC Farmland Trust and King County on Sat., Sept. 15. Also, details on the overturn of a development plan that would have opened development to 182 acres of prime farmland near Sumner.
Toothpaste and tooth enamel · Nanoparticles in food? · Carrageenan and other synthetics · Organic chicken feed? · Pthalates in supplements · Radiation in seaweed
Farmers oppose GMO apples · DHA milk controversy · Cannabis farming · Meatless Mondays upset ranchers · More seafood fraud · Flouride · Cell phones cause ADHD? · Craving carbs · Israeli wins Food Prize · Buy local timber
Quinoa is growing in Washington! Other Northwest news: our state’s apple growers face growing competition, labor troubles plague the blackberry industry, and Alaska salmon fishermen caught fewer fish this season.
PCC Member Relations update · 2013 member survey plan adopted · Board meeting report