PLN Daily 02-28-11   Leave a comment

Organic farming grows to serve organic milk producers

As the organic food trend continues to grow more farmers are converting from conventional agriculture to organic production. Production of organic milk is leading the growth of this industry.

Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Self Station>Health>Food>News, or click here.

We suggest you avoid these tainted herbal supplements

Certain herbal food supplements have been found to be contaminated. Readers are cautioned to consider source if making purchases on the Internet.

Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Others Station>Medicine>News, or click here.

Choose the right foods for heart health

On the last day of Heart Month, we’re offering some handy diet suggestions to boost your heart health.

Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Self Station>Health>Physical, or click here.

Spud farmers taken to task for pricing

The banding together by farmers into cooperatives that help them maintain an adequate price for their produce is okay.  When threats are used to force farmers to join the coop, its another story.

Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Self Station>Health>Food>Growing to find out more, or click here.

USDA degregulates Syngenta corn

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has deregulated a variety of Syngenta corn genetically engineered (GE) to produce alpha-amylase, an enzyme that breaks down starch into sugar, thereby aiding biofuel production. Visit the Pure News Network and navigate to Other Station>Government>News, or click here.

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