Category: Food Freedom

Montana House Passes Bill to Legalize Some Raw Milk Sales

By Michael Maharrey Today, the Montana House passed a bill that would legalize limited raw milk sales in the state. Passage into law would take an important step toward rejecting a federal prohibition scheme in effect. Rep. Nancy Ballance (R-Hamilton) introduced House Bill 325 (HB325) on Jan. 26. The legislation would authorize limited sales of raw milk…

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Vegetable Rationing Hits The UK: A Sign Of Things To Come?

By Lizzie Bennett This week has seen the veggies stocked by UK supermarkets and even specialist green grocery shops dwindle. It has also provided some valuable lessons for those of us with a prepper mindset. Bad weather in across Europe has hit hard leaving European farmers, and Spanish farmers in particular, with nothing to export,…

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So You Want to Start a Resistance

By Tony Cartalucci Talk of “resistance” ebbs and flows as political parties enter and leave power. The one constant among this turbulent process is the futility and impotence of these so-called “resistance” movements ignited and left to burn. When President Donald Trump took to the White House in January 2017, such calls were once again…

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Panera Kept Promise, New Menu is Now 100% Clean

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Big news! Panera Bread Menu is Now 100% Clean. Panera has kept its promise to phase out artificial ingredients, artificial food dyes, preservatives and ingredients no one can pronounce. Even as late as 2014, the chain failed to live up to their $70 million dollar ad campaign: Live Consciously. Eat Deliciously. Not with their GMOs,…

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Trump Abandons, Dismantles The TPP!

By Brandon Turbeville On January 23, 2017 President Donald Trump made clear that the United States is no longer pursuing the horrific trade pact known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). In an Executive Order, Trump officially abandoned and disbanded the TPP which the Obama administration, Congressional hacks, Wall Street, and major corporations had worked for…

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Hemp is Becoming the New Tobacco For Kentucky Farmers

By Ariana Marisol Across Kentucky’s rolling hills, farmers are beginning to plant less tobacco and more hemp. The once tobacco-dependent state has now more than doubled sowings of hemp in 2016, becoming the second highest producer in the U.S., trailing Colorado. Kentucky’s first hemp crop was grown in 1775, with almost all of the nation’s production…

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Activists Arrested For Feeding Homeless, Vow to Keep Feeding Them

By Nika Knight ‘The hunger enforcement officers are here. This is their idea of serving the public.’ Seven activists with the peace group Food Not Bombs were arrested for feeding homeless people on Saturday in a public park in Tampa, Florida. The group is undaunted and maintains it will return to the park on Tuesday to…

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