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Can a tomato grown in a nutrient solution instead of dirt be called "organic?" Some purists don't think so. The National Organic Standards Board, which advises the U.S. Department of Agriculture, voted this month against a proposal to exclude hydroponics and aquaponics —...

source: National Post

There's sometimes the assumption vegan and vegetarian food is automatically better for you because they don't contain any meat. But some experts say, most meats alternatives really aren't healthy foods. Los Angeles-based dietitian...

source: Global News

As you straddle the seasonal pause between Halloween and the holidays, eyeballing unfinished bags of harvested candy whilst dreaming of sweet treats to come, you may find yourself beset with a nagging thought: I've got to cut out sugar....

source: CBC

Food inflation at the grocery store continues to be an illusion in Canada, but Canadians are paying more for food. That's because restaurant prices are going up — way up — as is traffic at restaurants. According to Statistics...

source: Times Colonist

Earlier this week, Dietitians of Canada and the Canadian Paediatric Society released a joint statement advising parents to go easy on feeding babies and young children plant-based beverages such as almond, cashew and rice "milks." Relying on non-dairy beverages can shortchange...

source: Globe and Mail

A new report from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada released recently has pegged agriculture as contributing $111.9 billion to Canada's GDP in 2016, which accounted 6.7 per cent of the country's total GDP. The annual report entitled...

source: Canadian Cattlemen


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