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From the Gumshoes at OrganicEye
Q: How can you identify the safest and most nutritious vegetables (year-round)?A: Tune into Kastel’s Kitchen Episode 3 to find out! Conventional...
Naming Names: Learn the Very Best Organic Brands and Some Tricks to Identify the Fraudsters in Organics Please watch Mark Kastel, live from the...
Decoding Choices in the Grocery Aisles: Separating Food Rich in Corporate Propaganda from Safe, Nutrient-Dense Options Yogurt: Separating Junk Food,...
On Monday, November 23, Mark Kastel, OrganicEye Director, interviewed Terry Shistar, PhD, Beyond Pesticides board member and chief scientific...
Please watch the OrganicEye staff recap the Fall 2020 NOSB meetings Tune in to hear veteran OrganicEye staff recap the daily proceedings of the Fall...
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I enjoyed this New York Times narrative. It's a good story consistent with what I've heard from many other farmers. Those supplying restaurants had to turn on a dime. If they were not in a position to do so they were economically injured. I know that many CSAs, after...
Beyond Pesticides Sues Major Cheese Maker Article originally published by: beyondpesticides.org WASHINGTON, DC, January 25, 2021—As the world moves toward another pandemic associated with antibiotic resistance, Beyond Pesticides today sued Sargento Foods, Inc. for...
Use CBD products? OrganicEye’s Mark Kastel opines on the importance of choosing organic and avoiding fraudulent products. Listen to Mark's take here: Let's Talk Hemp.
From The Milkweed, the insurgent dairy industry monthly publication that acts as a watchdog for family-scale dairy farmers. OrganicEye's Mark Kastel has been a frequent contributor over the year and is officially one of its associate editors. For subscription...
“We don’t know where and how the coronavirus pandemic ends. We need to support [the nation’s premier] farmers that we depend on for better food. Otherwise, that better food will not be here when we come out the other side.”It’s always nice to be asked to add my voice...
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The stereotypical large farms of today’s agriculture are not unsustainable because they are large, they are large because they are managed unsustainably. They are unsustainable because they are managed ‘extensively’ – meaning they rely more on land and capital and less on thinking people.