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Scrambled Eggs: Report Contrasts Widespread Industry Fraud and USDA Complacency with True Heroes in Organics

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

Family Farmers Face Unfair Competition from “Organic” Factory Farms Just as Americans are reacting to new medical literature encouraging the consumption of “healthy” fats, including eggs, an independent report has been released that focuses on widespread abuses in organic egg production and marketing, primarily by large industrial agribusinesses. The study, conducted by The Cornucopia Institute, profiles exemplary management practices employed by many family-scale organic farmers engaged in egg production, while spotlighting abuses at so-called “factory

Scrambled Eggs: Separating Factory Farm Egg Production from Authentic Organic Agriculture

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

December 15, 2015 Organic Egg Brand Scorecard Full Report Executive Summary Photo Gallery: Industrial-Scale Egg Production—Masquerading As Organic? The Cornucopia Institute’s report, Scrambled Eggs: Separating Factory Farm Egg Production from Authentic Organic Agriculture, will empower consumers and wholesale buyers who want to invest their food dollars to protect hard-working family farmers that are in danger of being forced off the land by a landslide of eggs from factory farms. The accompanying organic egg scorecard rates

eNews 12.5.15: Dow Doublespeak, Toxic Pet Food, Ethical Eggs, and more

Saturday, December 5th, 2015

eNews 1.3.15 Eggs Demystified, GMO Beliefs, Seed Libraries, More

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Eggs Not Always What They’re Cracked Up to Be

Friday, December 26th, 2014

MPR News by Anders Kelto Source: Nick Wheeler You’re in the supermarket gathering ingredients for eggnog and a Christmas Bundt cake, and you’re staring at a wall of egg cartons. They’re plastered with terms that all sound pretty wonderful: All-Natural, Cage-Free, Free-Range, Farm Fresh, Organic, No Hormones, Omega-3. And so on. And yet the longer you stare at them, the more confused you become. You are tired and hungry, so you just grab the cheapest