Back To The Roots, an organic food and gardening kit company, will be taking over the Only Organic Twitter account on 7/19 . They’ll be sharing some great facts about organic food and giving you an inside look at their brand. An organic brand Twitter takeover featuring Back To The Roots. They will have full control over the Only Organic Twitter account to share anything they want.
In celebration of the holiday season, we’ve gathered our favorite supporting brands to offer you a fun, and informative live Twitter chat with excellent panelists and awesome giveaways. Twitter party to encourage you to celebrate the holidays’ in an organic fashion. If you’ve never been to a Twitter party, it’s a live discussion with great prizes, panelists, organic information and YOU.
We’ve selected some recipes from our supporting organic brands that your family is sure to love this holiday season. Simply click the recipe photo or the link underneath to get the full recipe. The sale of glyphosate to non-professionals has been banned in Belgium. This ban went into effect on last Saturday.
In the first of a two-part cancer trial, Edward Hardeman v. Monsanto Company, the jury sided with arguments and scientific evidence presented by the attorneys for Edward Hardeman that glyphosate was the cause of his non-Hodgkin lymphoma. CBS News reports that certain chemicals can cause hormone disruption and have been found to be harmful to our overall health.
A recent study in Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems found that organic farms provide greater employment opportunities with more job stability when compared to county averages. As a means of ending hunger and providing healthy food to all its citizens, the city of Atlanta is creating the largest public food forest in the United States.
Do farmers know what pesticides are coating their seeds? A new study finds a disturbing number of farmers say they do not. The variety of life on Earth is an incredibly important factor in the health and resilience of ecosystems, but worldwide, it is in decline – insect and bird populations are being decimated, something that has been repeatedly linked to the damaging practices of intensive farming.