Video Gallery Archive

Open Sesame: The Story of Seeds – Official Trailer

Monday, November 17th, 2014

by Open Sesame

One of the world’s most precious resources is at risk. This timely and emotionally moving film illuminates what is at stake and what can be done to protect the source of nearly all our food: SEEDS. Seeds provide the basis for everything from fabric, to food to fuels. Seeds are as essential to life as the air we breathe or water we drink…but given far less attention. Read Full Article »

From Farm to Patient: How One Medical Facility is Rethinking Hospital Food

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

by NationSwell

St. Luke’s decided to do something about the reputation of its meals. Read Full Article »

How to Have Happy Chickens

Monday, November 10th, 2014

by Ray Ray Weinrich

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Organic: The Real Natural

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Organic The Real Natural
Sponsored by OFARM (Organic Farmers’ Agency for Relationship Marketing)

Larry Heitkamp, an organic farmer in Minnesota, sees his customers as partners in a grand plan to replenish the land and raise healthy families. “When you buy my organic eggs, you feed your family and heal the earth.”

Organic farmers say, in their own way, why organic farming is best for your family, our communities, and the environment. Visit Organic The Real Natural to view new videos as they are released. Read Full Article »

How the USDA’s New ‘Chicken Rule’ Could Change What You Eat, and How It’s Inspected

Monday, September 15th, 2014

In one of the most far reaching changes in U.S. meat inspection history, federal regulators this fall will allow poultry plant employees – instead of USDA inspectors – to help determine whether chicken is contaminated or safe to eat, a move critics fear could spread to beef and pork processing plants.

Indeed, a severe shortage of federal inspectors in slaughterhouses is so widespread that critics and some inspectors claim some meat in supermarkets stamped as “USDA inspected” may never have been inspected at all. Read Full Article »