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  • Crow Rising Media

    STANFORD ANTI-ORGANIC STUDY PLAYS INTO UN CODEX ALIMENTARIUS OUTLINE FOR GLOBAL DEPOPULATION. Globalist-funded researchers at Stanford University have created a propaganda study to assert that the nutritional values of organic food are not more than conventionally grown and GMO food. How much data had to be twisted in how many ways for how much money, scientific ethics be damned, to arrive at this patently absurd conclusion?

  • Alison Buntemeyer

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  • Yoli B

    Stonestown Galleria's Farmers Market in SF | UpOut Stonestown Farmers' Market presents slow food to San Francisco's West side. Stonestown Galleria's Farmers Market is named "Best Family-Oriented Farmers Market" by SF Weekly SF due to its bouncy castles and its plentiful space for strollers. Choose from a variety of goods such as fresh seasonal foods, artisan items and gifts.You can get there by car or by public transportation like muni.

  • Lisa L

    I also want to include elements from local food and the farmers markets that I love going to!

  • Brandi Rae

    J & M Ranch - Real Food Deconstructed - 10 tips for transitioning to whole foods (Part two here: http://www.jandmranch.com/index.php/2012/02/real-food-deconstructed-part-2-five-more-steps-to-fabulous-food/)

  • Z Spa

    Starting Saturday, Jan. 12, Howard Warshauer hopes to start a tradition that is already a big success in Dunedin and St. Petersburg. Warshauer wants the Clearwater Gateway Farmers Market to be an eclectic gathering of musicians, performers, arts and crafts vendors, and produce every Saturday morning at the 1200 block on Cleveland Street from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come out and support Warshauer's dream! #zspa

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