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Foraging for food in New York's parks

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August 9, 2014
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Foraging for wild, edible plants and berries is becoming a popular pastime in New York, with several restaurants now selling dishes that can be sourced to the city’s parks and open spaces. Duration: 02:03 Video provided by AFP


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Bees Use 'The Force' to Find Flowers

Bees Use 'The Force' to Find Flowers

Newsy (Feb. 23, 2013) — A recent study published by University of Bristol researchers shows that bumblebees use electricity in tandem with flowers in foraging for pollen.
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Food Inequality Won't Slow Whole Foods, Sprouts

Food Inequality Won't Slow Whole Foods, Sprouts

TheStreet (Feb. 26, 2014) — Prices may be higher at organic food stores, but that won't slow growth at natural food sellers like Whole Foods and Sprouts, says Joe Dobrow, author of "Natural Prophets". The natural products industry has grown to over $100 billion in the past 25 years as Americans have learned to appreciate the value of healthy eating, says Dobrow. He also says the major food companies like Mondelez and Nestle are joining in the trend by buying successful natural food operators and growing their brands while letting them keep their values. Video provided by TheStreet
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Global Statistic: Food Waste

Global Statistic: Food Waste

Deutsche Welle (Aug. 30, 2011) — According to the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization, a third of the world's food production ends up going to waste. Consumers also purchase far more food than they actually need.
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