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Here is another teaser shot of a product we are developing that is going to be released shortly, we believe this addition to our ONE line will become a new star in the countertop farming revolution....
The Obama administration is expected to all but ban trans fat in a final ruling that could drop as soon as next week, killing most uses of an ingredient that has been put in everything from frozen pizza to Reese’s Pieces but since deemed harmful to human health. The agency may create some very limited exemptions, but the ruling could force food...
Our Micro Farming Super Store will contain all of the new generation of Micro Farm products starting with our ONE line of countertop and educational units. Offering you the best experience in growing...
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