33. Care Where Food Comes From

Know your food’s history, and you’ll want to consume more selectively. Most factory-farmed and industrially produced foods aren’t all that appetizing once you know their origins.


Equal Exchange

A worker-owned co-op with a mission to challenge the dominant Fair Trade paradigm.




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Celebrate Fair Trade Month

One of our goals is to celebrate those who are striving to make healthy changes in the world. We also believe in celebrating what’s good and October is Fair Trade month!




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Equal Exchange

A worker-owned co-op with a distinct mission to challenge the existing Fair Trade model.




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Vanishing of the Bees

This remarkable documentary examines the mysterious disappearance of honeybees over the past several years. This crisis affects everyone, because commercial honeybee operations pollinate crops that make up one out of every three bites of the food we eat. More About the Film




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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.




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A Consumer’s Dictionary of Food Additives

Don’t head to the supermarket without this book!




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Organic Consumer’s Association

This advocacy group and public interest organization has been campaigning for health, justice and sustainability issues since 1998.




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Farm Together Now: A Portrait of People, Places and Ideas for a New Food Movement

Farm Together Now is a portrait of the current state of grassroots farming in the U.S. designed to cultivate a new wave of modern agrarians.




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The Non-GMO Project

Are you looking for products free of genetically modified organisms? The Non-GMO project can help!




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Navdanya

This participatory research initiative was started by world-renowned physicist, feminist, author and environmentalist, Vandana Shiva, PhD.




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Robb Wolf

This former weightlifting champion and amateur kickboxer coaches athletes and consults Olympians.




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Loren Cordain, PhD

A leading authority on the evolutionary basis of diet and disease.




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The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice and Sustainability

In this memoiristic and informative book, former vegan Lierre Keith examines the destructive history of agriculture, encourages eating locally and sustainably, and advocates for individual farming.




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Sustainable Table

This website celebrates local sustainable food, and offers an array of educational materials on food-related issues




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Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit

Barry Estabrook’s indictment of the modern agricultural system.




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Revolutionary Act 33: Care Where Food Comes From

Why knowing your food’s history can motivate you to consume more selectively.




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GMO 2.0

Should we be concerned that new genetically modified foods get around current USDA “GMO” labels?




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41 Things I Learned by Walking 41 Miles* Through My Community to Celebrate Turning 41

Katy Bowman recaps the lessons she learned while walking 41 miles in search of local food and small-scale farmers. 




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EWG Releases “Dirty Dozen” and “Clean Fifteen” Lists

Here are the most contaminated — and cleanest — fruits and veggies.




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Simplifying Eating

6 Ways to Simplify and Improve Your Relationship With Food

Tips for using your senses and instincts to eat healthy.




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