Category Archives: Food: Field to Table
UPDATE: Things are getting desperate in Norway. Sweden safe while butter shortage hits Norway The Local – Dec 11, 2011 A Russian man was caught on Friday trying to bring 90 kilogrammes of butter over the Swedish border to Norway … more
The French Government Outlaws Vegetarianism in Schools European Vegetarian and Animal News Alliance (EVANA) – EUROPEAN VEGETARIAN UNION – Oct 14, 2011 A governmental order issued on October 2, 2011(1) has determined that all meals served in school canteens in … more
India announces $35 tablet computer for rural poor Yahoo! News (AP) – KATY DAIGLE – Oct 5, 2011 India introduced a cheap tablet computer Wednesday, saying it would deliver modern technology to the countryside to help lift villagers out of … more
The Amish largely untouched by U.S. financial crisis Scripps Howard News Service – TIM GRANT Sep 30, 2011 When Wall Street banks hit rock bottom three years ago and investors across the nation were crying uncle, members of one American … more
German fashion designer makes clothes from milk Reuters – NATALIA DROZDIAK – Oct 7, 2011 BERLIN (Reuters) – A young fashion designer from the German city of Hanover is revolutionizing high fashion by designing clothes with a staple she can … more
Famous fugitive cow finally caught Daily Chilli – Sep 4, 2011 Initially billed for slaughter, six-year-old Yvonne broke free from a farm on May 24 and retreated to the woods in the Upper Bavarian district.
Is it time we all gave up meat? Guardian – FELICITY LAWRENCE – Sep 10, 2011 Intensive meat production is a very inefficient way of feeding the world. Farm a decent acre with cattle and you can produce about 20lbs … more
A Preliminary Study And Practical Suggestion by Narasimha Dasa(originally published by Back to Godhead Magazine in 1991) Greener pastures: How cows could help in the fight against climate change Guardian – JUDITH D. SCHWARTZ – Jul 22, 2011 In the … more
With the decline of the dollar and increase in food prices, real savings and wealth has fled to farmland and food production.