Monthly Archives: August 2006

Dr. Thomas E. Elam | Projections of Global Meat Production 2050

Dr. Thomas E. Elam PO Box 202 Churchville, VA 24421 (540) 337-6354, or -6387 http://www.cgfi.org/ Summary: Meat production growth is driven by a combination of increases in economic activity that result in increased purchasing power coupled with population growth that … Continue reading

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Sudden Cooling of World Oceans Revealed by New Research

The world’s oceans cooled suddenly between 2003 and 2005, losing more than 20 percent of the global warming heat they’d absorbed over the previous 50 years! That’s a vast amount of heat, since the oceans hold 1000 times as heat … Continue reading

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Organic Milk Health Claims Not Supported By Science

Guest contributor: Karen Collins, M.S., R.D., C.D.N. Calorie Lab Calorie Counter News MSNBC Karen Collins holds a B.S. degree from Purdue and an M.S. degree from Cornell, both in nutrition. When she’s not writing or speaking, she conducts a private … Continue reading

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Can You Trust The USDA Organic Label?

Consumers across the country are paying higher prices for fruits, vegetables, milk and bread that carry the USDA Organic label. What does the label mean? Apparently, not much. There’s almost no testing of organic produce for pesticide residues, though all … Continue reading

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Milk Is Milk Campaign Launches Billboard Campaign in California

Center for Global Food Issues August 1, 2006 Excerpt… Center for Global Food Issues informational billboards along California Highway 99 target dairy consumers and producers. Churchville, VA (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) August 1, 2006 — The Center for Global … Continue reading

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What’s the Beef?

The Washington Post By Sally Squires Excerpt… If you’ve ever stood at the meat counter pondering whether to buy plain-old beef or to spring for the various niche varieties proliferating in food stores, you’re not alone. “Consumers do not understand … Continue reading

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