For The Love Of Food

by | Jan 28, 2011

For The Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

Junk food got even more bad press than usual this week. I love it! I’m not too happy about the GM alfalfa though. I also found a fantastic article about sustainable seafood and some interesting research on meditation.

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2 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. Maggie Rose says:

    The USDA approval of GE alfalfa is incredibly disheartening to me. Bees and winds will obviously transfer transgenic pollen, as we’re already witnessed in other plant species. As a result, will choosing organic food continue be a viable option in the future?

  2. Jamie E says:

    Eek, I can’t believe that GE alfalfa will be spread like this. This decision effectively takes away free choice for some while letting others profit. It shouldn’t matter that the voice of those who are harmed is softer than those who benefit; the business decisions of the organic farms should be within their own power to make. This effectively takes that away. With the pollination of these GE crops we are opening a Pandora’s box; it will be nearly impossible to cram it back in and slam the lid closed one day.

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