Lab-grown mini-brains, game-changing coffee deals and the devastating Brazilian museum fire + this day in history w/Squeaky Fromme’s assassination attempt and our song of the day by Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson & Merle Haggard on your Morning Monarchy for September 5, 2018.
Unlimited wildfires, doctor’s orders and the rise of the super snake + this day in history w/the Chicano Moratorium and our song of the day by Brett Dennen on your Morning Monarchy for August 29, 2018.
from news-press.com: Summer is coming, school will be out, and the need for food assistance will grow. So the timing is right for the nation’s largest single-day food drive, “Stamp Out Hunger,” set for Saturday.
from usatoday.com: Americans’ shift toward fresh foods is kicking Campbell Soup right in the can. The company on Tuesday said its quarterly profit fell 30% as U.S. sales of soups and V8 beverage declined. A
from businessweek.com: An expensive fight in Washington state over whether to label foods with genetically modified ingredients appears to have been decided largely by arguments that such labels would lead to higher grocery costs. With
Plus, there’s no more pesky recycling! from chicagotribune.com: Packaged food makers are thinking outside the bottle and can. More to the point, they’re increasingly partial to pouches. Kitchen staples from Campbell Soup Co. and H.J.
Oklahoma lawmaker wants to stop Pepsi from using aborted fetus cells in soda flavoring research* from naturalnews.com: In order to simulate various flavors in processed foods, some food manufacturers are actually using aborted fetal cells