On the centenary of the day on which the United States of America formally joined the First World War by declaring war on Germany, this lecture explores the most daring and shocking novel about the war written by a serving American soldier.
Experts from Kashi, Amy's Kitchen and the Organic Trade Association will shed light on the newest initiative in the organic food sector – the Certified Transitional label – at this year's Organic & Non-GMO Forum, November 14th-15th at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. Hundreds are expected to turn out for a panel session that will address Certified Transitional, a new third-party certification process that monitors and approves farms that are transitioning from conventional to organic. Panelists Anna Jesus (Amy's Kitchen Inc.), Tina Owens (Kashi) and Nate Lewis, . . .
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