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Tue Mar 6, 2018, 10:02 AM

This Macaroni And Cheese Helps Fight Climate Change

https://www.fastcompany.com/40539373/this-macaroni-and-cheese-helps-fight-climate-change
On a box of macaroni and cheese that will launch this month, the name of the farmer who grew the wheat used to make the pasta–Nate Powell-Palm, who has a farm outside Bozeman, Montana–is printed on the front. The manufacturer, Annie’s, Inc., wanted to highlight the fact that Powell-Palm is using regenerative farming practices, a series of steps that go farther than what’s required for an organic label–and that could help fight climate change by sequestering carbon in the soil.

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Reply This Macaroni And Cheese Helps Fight Climate Change (Original post)
Jack Burton Mar 2018 OP
Dumper Mar 2018 #1
Jack Burton Mar 2018 #2
Mad Dog 20-20 Mar 2018 #3
Frankenvoter Mar 2018 #4
His Daughter Mar 2018 #5

Response to Jack Burton (Original post)

Tue Mar 6, 2018, 10:05 AM

1. I hear regenerative farming practices Spam is good 4 U 2!

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Response to Dumper (Reply #1)

Tue Mar 6, 2018, 10:10 AM

2. Eat more free range tofu

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Response to Jack Burton (Original post)

Tue Mar 6, 2018, 10:32 AM

3. Just wait until Gunsmoke Farms turns organic in S Dakota

General Mills & Annie's are converting a 53 sq. mile farm into an organic farm.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/general-mills-annies-mac-cheese-tap-south-dakota-53545171

Now if they could just do that for soy beans so we could have organic Tofu as well.

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Response to Jack Burton (Original post)

Tue Mar 6, 2018, 10:33 AM

4. I sure am glad something in the mac and chz is considered "natural"

Both dyes used in the Kraft product contain benzidine 4-amino-buphenyl, a man-made product derived from petroleum.

Yummmmm.

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Response to Jack Burton (Original post)

Tue Mar 6, 2018, 10:56 AM

5. As a capitalist, this is a good thing

Small company trying something different to increase market share. It may work in some markets, cause laughter in others.

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