Corporate food companies are selling more and more organic products—but they aren't passing along to consumers savings generated by increased production. (RT @PlaceAtTheTable: Think organic food is too expensive?
Americans are slowly waking up to the sad fact that much of the food sold in the US is far inferior to the same foods sold in other nations. In fact, many of the foods you eat are BANNED in other countries.
Using new tricks of the trade, scientists at UCLA have synthesized an alcohol molecule that has as many carbon atoms as a molecule of gasoline. It releases as much energy per gallon and can be dropped right into the tank.
Source – The Scranton Times-Tribune (Pennsylvania) Editorial Date – 5 Sept 2013 Website – thetimes-tribune.com/opinion You could have had a V8, but unless science comes to the rescue of the orange tree, that might be your only choice.
Pier Angeli's insight:
This blogger argues that GMO crops are necessary... The blogger thinks GMO crops are the only alternative to prevent the "demise of orange trees"...I think this is a poor excuse...What do you think???
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