News

  • Dead Ducks In China

    A few weeks ago 16,000 dead pigs were found floating in the rivers of Shanghai. Now China has 1,000 dead ducks to clean out of its rivers. To read more, click HERE. 

    News • March 29th, 2013

  • E. Coli Outbreak In Hawaii

    Nine people in Oahu have contracted E. coli. The source of the outbreak has not yet been discovered. To read more, click HERE.

    News • March 29th, 2013

  • Pesticides Commonly Used Without EPA Approval

    "Conditional registration" is a loophole by which pesticides are being used without FDA oversight. To read more, click HERE.

    News • March 28th, 2013

  • Burger King Testing For Horse Meat

    Burger King will begin testing for foreign DNA in their hamburger patties. Burger King ended relationships with Tesco and Silvercrest, two retailers whom were found to have horse meat in their products. To read more, click HERE.

    News • March 28th, 2013

  • Small Companies Can Reap Cost & PR Benefits From Energy-Saving Technology

    Small firms often believe that switching to energy-saving technologies will cost them too much money. Initial cash spent however, is often well worth the return on investment. To read more, click HERE. 

    News • March 26th, 2013

  • Loans To Sustainable Businesses

    New Resource Lending Bank has been granting loans increasingly to companies involved in sustainable practices. To read more, click HERE. 

    News • March 26th, 2013

  • North Carolina Farmers & The Supply Chain

    Farmers in North Carolina will take advantage of the supply chain to satisfy demand for locally produced goods. To read more, click HERE.

    News • March 26th, 2013

  • Horse Meat. It’s More Than Just What’s For Dinner

    It's clear most Americans have a psychological aversion to horse meat. But the scandal that has upset many has also exposed the fragility within the global food chain. To read more, click HERE.  

    News • March 25th, 2013

  • Packaging And The Supply Chain

    Package optimization not only aids in reducing waste but keeps food fresh. The entire supply chain benefits as a result of package innovation. To read more, click HERE.

    News • March 25th, 2013

  • Google Employees Work On Superfund Site

    Google employees working on a Superfund site were exposed to high levels of toxic chemicals. The chemical trichloroethylene (TCE) was found to be far beyond safe levels for exposure in the Mountain View, Calif. office complex. To read more, click HERE.

    News • March 22nd, 2013

  • Furloughs For Meat Inspectors Avoided Through Summer

    The House passed a Bill this week to prevent furloughs to meat inspectors whose jobs would have been cut due to the sequester. $55 Million in funds have been reallocated so that meat and poultry inspectors can continue to work throughout the summer. To...

    News • March 22nd, 2013

  • The Decision Not To Sell GMO Salmon

    Aldi, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe's have decided not to sell genetically modified salmon in their stores. The FDA has classified the fish as safe to eat while other experts warn there are may be risks. To read more, click HERE.    

    News • March 22nd, 2013

  • Horse Slaughterhouse To Open In New Mexico

    Is American aversion to horse meat enough to stop a plant from opening in New Mexico? Huffington Post notes this meat will be sold to a non-U.S. market and must receive USDA approval before opening. To read more, click HERE.  

    News • March 21st, 2013

  • Clean Energy Jobs On The Rise

    Clean Energy Jobs On The Rise

    News • March 21st, 2013

  • The Top Sustainable Supply Chain Issues

    The Top Sustainable Supply Chain Issues

    News • March 19th, 2013

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