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Badger Coulee Proposal a Key Piece of Wisconsin's Clean Energy Future

By Lucas Nelsen on October 27, 2014 - 12:00am One of several transmission projects that can help connect new renewable energy in the Midwest is approaching an important time in the regulatory process. In December, the Badger Coulee project...Show More Summary

Who woulda thunk it? Kids like brussels sprouts

It turns out kids do actually like Brussels sprouts. An episode of Kids vs. Food on the REACT YouTube channel challenged a variety of kids to try the cruciferous vegetable.

Prospects dim on settlement for all wheat claims - AgMinute for October 28, 2014

No agreement has been reached in the lawsuits filed by non-soft white wheat plaintiffs against St. Louis-based Monsanto Co. Click here for the full story

Idaho Milk Products opens tech center - AgMinute for October 27, 2014

Idaho Milk Products of Jerome, Idaho, has added a technical center to its growing milk protein business and held a grand opening Oct. 24 to celebrate its five year mark. Click here for the full story

USDA clears increased Unshu oranges from Japan

Surface sterilization of Unshu oranges in Japan is replacing a requirement that citrus exported to the U.S. must be grown in areas free of citrus canker.

Eradication program shows signs of success - AgMinute for October 24, 2014

A state eradication program reduced the Japanese beetle population in Boise by 58 percent this year and officials are confident the invasive pest can be eliminated from Idaho before it reaches any cropland. Visit www.capitalpress.com for more information.

West Mexico volume ramping up

NOGALES, Ariz. — Wind and rain generated by a couple of hurricanes during the growing season could affect some early-season shipments of winter vegetables out of west Mexico, but grower-shippers say most items should recover quickly as the season progresses.

West Mexico volume ramping up

NOGALES, Ariz. — Wind and rain generated by a couple of hurricanes during the growing season could affect some early-season shipments of winter vegetables out of west Mexico, but grower-shippers say most items should recover quickly as the season progresses.

A few recent #bread pics (with home smoked salmon)

Classic Jewish rye bread with non-classic scoring With home smoked salmon. Sourdough bagels with whole wheat starter Cold smoked coho salmon and Spanish mackerel just out of the green egg. Now making bagels! Bialys @breadfurst #DC. Nice! Arcade Bakery NYC Here's a few shots from my Instagram account. Show More Summary

Chetak New York recalls cashews over salmonella concerns

A New Jersey company is recalling more than 11,300 consumer packages of “deep raw cashew pieces” because of possible salmonella contamination.

Chetak New York recalls cashews over salmonella concerns

A New Jersey company is recalling more than 11,300 consumer packages of “deep raw cashew pieces” because of possible salmonella contamination.

CIW launches Fair Food logo

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is promoting tomatoes harvested by workers covered by its “penny-a-pound” initiative with a new consumer label.

Chetak New York recalls cashews over salmonella concerns

A New Jersey company is recalling more than 11,300 consumer packages of “deep raw cashew pieces” because of possible salmonella contamination.

CIW launches Fair Food logo

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is promoting tomatoes harvested by workers covered by its “penny-a-pound” initiative with a new consumer label.

Bienvenido a World LP Gas Forum

Welcome to Miami and the 27th annual World LP Gas Forum! I’ve been to the International Poultry Expo and the World Pork Expo and similar events with global attendance here in the United States, but the vast majority of attendees are always from this country. Not so here at the WLPGF. The World LP Gas Association has members in 130... Read More

CIW launches Fair Food logo

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is promoting tomatoes harvested by workers covered by its “penny-a-pound” initiative with a new consumer label.

ProAct establishes client services department

ProAct has a new client services department and new staff members to lead it.

New fruit dip from Concord Foods

Concord Foods is expanding its line of fruit dips with a new product, Gingerbread Flavored Caramel Dip. It is designed for dipping apples and other fresh fruit.

USDA names Hass Avocado Board members

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has named five members and seven alternates to the Hass Avocado Board.

New fruit dip from Concord Foods

Concord Foods is expanding its line of fruit dips with a new product, Gingerbread Flavored Caramel Dip. It is designed for dipping apples and other fresh fruit.

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