The food industry has a history of resisting transparency through mandatory labels. Label changes often are forged only after years of consumer pressure, industry arguments and legislation.
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Sound Consumer, April 2014
Canola oil continues to be one of the most controversial cooking oils. Some people claim canola is a heart-healthy cooking oil, while others claim canola is toxic and unfit for human consumption. Who’s right?
The emerging field of epigenetics tells us our genes are influenced by diet and environment.
From all-purpose tile cleaners to phosphate-free dish detergents, PCC carries cleaning products that are safer for you and the environment.
These lively, flavorful recipes make the most of the firm, tender fish.
The PCC Food Bank Program has won the Food Marketing Institute’s (FMI) 2013 Community Outreach Award in the category for programs addressing food insecurity.
Tuesday, April 29, 5:30 p.m.
Shampoo choices · Antibiotics in agriculture · BPA and BPS in receipts · Safe tea · Monsanto’s latest endeavors · Food waste · PCC-brand organic milk
Fluoride classed as neurotoxin · Coffee for hydration? · Argentina stops Monsanto · Meat plant inspector shortage? · Fracking increases birth defects? · Weed killers cause depression? · Climate hubs for farmers · Non-GMO raises stock value · Gut bacteria and the mind · Seafood toxin levels? · Banning microbeads? · Bee deaths stem from virus?
Learn about record Chinook salmon returns, Oregon’s failure to restrict bee-killing pesticides, and thousands of Pacific starfish deaths.