Colle Farmers Market Recommends Portable Organic Farming for Urbanites

Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) April 26, 2013 On April 26, Colle Farmers Market issues a response to an article published by the South China Morning Post discussing the increase in portable farming in Chinese cities.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

This story is really about Chinese urban farms, but references Colle Farmers Market, a new, online “virtual farmers market.”  Check it out here.

http://collefarmersmarket.com/

See on www.digitaljournal.com

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What The World Eats (Shocking Photos)

This photographic report exposes the proliferation of processed foods in the western diet and in the diets of many developing countries the world over. Is it any wonder that we are seeing increases in diet & lifestyle related diseases?

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

I think we might be just as astounded at the differences between various groups and the way they eat in the US.  Whether socio-economic, ethnic, or geographic differences, it would be a diverse examination.  

See on www.foodmatters.tv

Big announcements at Farm Summit

Over the last decade, though, through the relentless and often creative efforts of organizations and entrepreneurs, a now burgeoning food and farming sector is evident at every turn.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

This is a story I penned, which originally appeared in the Traverse City Business News, April 2013 edition. It’s a review of the 2013 Food & Farm Summit in Traverse City.

See on www.mlui.org

W. Va. food comes from fields, forests and family gardens – American Food Roots

West Virginia food is grown and hunted according to the seasons. Nothing is wasted. Meat is eaten, surplus crops are put up to be eaten throughout the year.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

Wouldn’t you love to have a county commissioner that’s also a dietician and local foods advocate?  [Insert photo of me raising my hand here.] Go Stacy, go!

See on www.americanfoodroots.com