“We use sustainable development goals and are producing healthy food”

“We use sustainable development goals and are producing healthy food”
The grape season in North America went well for Don Limón, the second year for the company’s grapes in Canada. “However, the European season, which has finished by now, was much more difficult. The year was good, volume-wise – we doubled our imports to …
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2 Boston Restaurants Shut Down Over Health Code Violations
The restaurants were each cited for 19 health code violations. These included allegedly storing raw chicken next to prepared food at Café Med and evidence of rodent activity at Back Bay Sandwich, according to WCVB. Other violations were for employees …
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What does the administration?s FY2018 budget mean for food politics”
Made with deliciously simple whole-food ingredients, this banana ?yogurt? from Nutrition Stripped is dairy-free. The banana blends with healthy fats f … You may not recognize John Mackey?s name, but you definitely know his business. Mackey is the …
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Williamsburg Winery welcomes summer with sustainable seafood celebration

cusineWilliamsburg Winery welcomes summer with sustainable seafood celebration
The Williamsburg Winery is serving up sustainably sourced oysters, crabs and more at its third annual Summer Solstice Celebration and Seafood Festival this Friday. The event is presented in partnership with the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center’s …
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Lobster or clam? There can be only one summer seafood king.
Of course, fishing is a year-round industry in New England — in 2014, the region’s commercial catch totaled 643 million pounds and contributed $ 1.2 billion to the economy. But nothing says “summer” here more tastily than lobster rolls and fried …
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Polar Seafood sees bright side of climate change
At ground zero of warming, melting in Greenland could help the local fishing industry, according to Polar Seafood chairman Henrik Leth. As reported by CBC, conventional wisdom suggests climate change is set to cause economic harm in almost all parts of …
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