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Oily Palms

Oily Palms

Posted on29. Apr, 2010 by .

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GP: This was written for the beautiful http://www.cohabitaire.com/ site on the 7th April. Living in the city can make the tropics seem very, very far away. It makes it even harder to fathom that almost half the packaged products available on our supermarket shelves contains an ingredient grown in tropical regions all over the world: Palm […]

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Road to Sustainability

Road to Sustainability

Posted on28. Apr, 2010 by .

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McDonald’s and Sustainability.. Strange bedfellows? I never, in a million years, imagined we would have a video and message about McDonald’s (Yes, the Fast Food Chain) on this site. Environmental sustainability is certainly something all companies should aspire to, but, suspending disbelief, it certainly is a clever marketing video from McDonald’s. I only hope they […]

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Hidden Hunger

Hidden Hunger

Posted on07. Apr, 2010 by .

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The crops may look good – but if minerals (micronutrients) vital to human health are no longer in the soils then obviously they cannot be in the resulting crops

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Nutrients – part 1

Nutrients – part 1

Posted on03. Apr, 2010 by .

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Unabridged Excerpts From Senate Document No. 264, 1936 74th Congress, 2nd Session Do you know that most of us today are suffering from certain dangerous diet deficiencies, which cannot be remedied until the depleted soils from which our foods come are brought into proper mineral balance?   The alarming fact is that foods—fruits and vegetables […]

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How many Nutrients do we need? – part 2

Posted on03. Apr, 2010 by .

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  The following is a report by Dr.G Schrauzer PhD, Professor Emeritus, Biological – Trace Element Research Institute:  The question of how many nutrients do we actually need is a much debated subject. To gain an expert view we have asked noted trace element researcher Professor Gerhard Schrauzer to address this frequently asked question:  Thanks […]

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Jamie Oliver vs The USA

Posted on28. Mar, 2010 by .

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Love him or loath him… and we love him at Green Planet… the man has backbone In case you didn’t know Jamie is in the USA.. not to preach but to educate and highlight poor diet habits that parents subject their kids to… for basically a quiet life….. I’m not just talking just in the […]

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A divine story

A divine story

Posted on28. Mar, 2010 by .

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How cool is this story… But why don’t other companies with other products do the same? In autumn 1998, Divine, the first ever Fairtrade chocolate bar aimed at the mass market was launched onto the UK confectionery market. In an exciting new business model, the co-operative of cocoa farmers in Ghana own shares in the […]

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