The Environmental Working Group's 2011 report on produce finds the most pesticide in apples, celery, strawberries, peaches, and spinach and the least in onions, sweet corn, pineapples, avocadoes, and asparagus.
Today it’s #chardonnay day all around the wild wide web. All the #chardonnay lovers gather to drink, talk and share #chardonnay. And as I was reading out and tweeting away, I realised the name was familiar to me but not from a grape varietal… During my stay in the UK I had become accustomed somehow to hearing #Chardonnay as a girl’s name. So here is why I would call my daughter #Chardonnay...
Back in 1991, 60 Minutes aired a report featuring the "French Paradox" and it changed attitudes and consumption of red wine. The episode reported that the French had a 42 percent lower incidence of heart disease than Americans, and somehow managed to accomplish this with one of the highest fat diets in the world; the reason seemed to be that along with this diet, the French consumed plenty of red wine. Numerous studies have surfaced since then, that have further explored the health benefits of red wine.
This city’s Broadway displays its own array of neon signs — two dozen fast-food restaurants, as diverse as McDonald’s and the local Indi’s — beckoning along a 2.8-mile corridor bookended by low-income neighborhoods on the front lines of a...
"Breastaurants," the term used to describe restaurants that feature scantily-clad women as waitresses, are poised to become one of the fastest-growing restaurant categories, according to Entrepreneur magazine.
Subway is developing a more upscale concept that would function as a cross between a sandwich shop and a coffee bar. The concept is currently being tested in 15 locations and Subway is hoping to add 10 more locations by the end of the year.
Vertical faming, algae and growing insects for food are the technologies that will deliver some of the growth in food production which the world will need in coming decades, thinks Tom Standage, business editor at The Economist, in his latest book.
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