Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Reading Round Up: Smell-Vertising Edition

Innovative Wine Maker Turns Tomatoes into Wine

5 Perennial Veggies to Plant Once and Enjoy Forever

Agri-Cube: Your Driveway is a High-tech Urban Farm

World’s Most Generous Vegetable Seller Dedicates Life to Helping the Needy

Lapka's iPhone Plug-In Tests If Your Food Is Really Organic

Dunkin’ Donuts experiments with ’smell-vertising’ in South Korea

Growing farmers in New York City

Confidence in Water Leads to Confidence in Bagels

Scientists halve fat content of chocolate using fruit substitutes

Natural Red Bull? New Energy Drink With All-Natural Ingredients

Cuba: The Mojito Secret & Urban Farming

Going for the green: Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin could medal in gardening

The Clueless Hipster Guide to Urban Chicken Farming

Sneak Peek: Roberta’s Urban Restaurant Garden

Urban farming taking root in Boston

A Farm Grows in Newark

The turkey was domesticated more than 1,000 years earlier than previously believed

Solutions cultivates idea to end homelessness

Vipul Sanghvi – a full fledged City Farmer in Mumbai, India

Study: High Fructose Corn Syrup Is No Worse Than 'Real' Sugar

18 Little-Known Facts That Will Motivate You to Cut Back on Food Waste

The Honey Trap

Tulane Grads Amped for Sustainable Growing

Long Beach, CA Agriculture Movement Grows with Edible Gardens and Urban Farming

Potato chip pairings

Oregon Splits Willamette Valley Between Canola and Seeds

Local food is trendy, but is it really more eco-friendly?

Fava–the Magic Bean

GM Orion aids recycle of old Cadillac plant for urban gardening in Detroit

Teach Us, Trader Joe: Demanding Socially Responsible Food

Eat them before they eat everything

Using Wastewater as Fertilizer

Color-Coded Food Helps Consumers Make Healthful Choices

Not All Philadelphians Embrace the Urban Farm

Crop Data Prepares Drought-Stricken Farmers to Get By With Less

World’s Deadliest Card Player
 Slices Fruits and Vegetables with Plastic Playing Cards

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