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30+ people 200+ products 500+ days ∞ amounts of learning and fun! It’s been an adventurous journey - full of trial, error and tons of colour! There was lots to learn and we enjoyed every bit of it. Won’t lie - there were some tough days too, lots of follow ups, lots of mundane research, lots of technical...

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In Part 1, you read all about processed sugar. Today, let’s see how to replace it with a naturally sweet high! Beginner's Guide to Making Life Sweeter By Cutting Out Sugar- Part 2 In Part 1, you read about the various ways that processed sugar sneaks into your daily foods and condiments. You also figured...

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The increasingly poor state of the river Yamuna might affect all of us a lot more than we originally thought. While we all know the Yamuna is one the most heavily polluted rivers in the world, the shocking news is how many of these pollutants are now making their way into our food. According to a study conducted by...

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One of the main reasons for your entire family to eat organic is the harmful effect pesticides have on children. Intuitively we understand that chemicals are damaging for developing bodies, but there is not enough information on the extent to just how damaging the effects are. An article run by the New York Times...

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Going organic is crucial for environmental health. Here are five reasons how you can save the world – by going organic. 1 Worrying about Carbon Emissions Chemical farming contributes to approximately 1/3 of all green house gases. Broken down, the emissions come mostly from the manufacturing of pesticides and...

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Years ago Nestle brought Maggi to our homes. Despite my mother’s protests, Masala Maggi replaced homemade snacks in my life. Unfortunately several years later, the yummy noodles and several other tasty addictive packaged foods DID destroy my intestines further leading to several allergies. The road to healing and...

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Good nutrition is important throughout your whole life. It helps you feel and look your best and to become stronger. It helps reduce the risk of some diseases common among older adults. Learning how to read and understand food labels are important to make informed food choices. Read on for commonly used terms and what...

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The recent soaring prices or vegetables got us thinking about how this trend affects the model we are trying to develop and what we can do to protect ourselves and our customers from such fluctuations in future.  As I understand it, the sharp increase in rates of vegetable are largely due to speculations in the...

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It's clear that we can no longer deny the adverse effects of global warming, especially on food security and agriculture. Climate change leads to changes in weather patterns, including increased occurrences of drought, flooding and insect infestations. This is bad news for feeding the world's growing population...

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You probably buy organic, in part, because you know that chemical-free fruits and vegetables are better for your health. But buying organic also has the greater impact of promoting environmental sustainability and ecosystem preservation. Over the next few posts we'll talk about different environmental issues and how...

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