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Action Alert: Labeling Genetically Modified Foods

The Institute for Responsible Technology reports that U.S. negotiators at an international conference on Codex Alimentarius are currently pushing an agenda that could make it difficult to label foods as genetically modified (GM) or even make non-GM claims on a product label. If you care about keeping food sources good, clean, fair, and HONEST, you should care about food labeling!

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Action Alert: Child Nutrition Act

Are you concerned about nutrition in America’s schools? Do you want America’s children to eat “real food” in school lunches? Last year, Slow Food Seacoast participated in Slow Food USA‘s Time for Lunch: National Day of Action by planting greens for school lunches at Dover High School. (See the evidence here!) Please join the Time for Lunch campaign by contacting legislators

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Local & Sustainable Food Conference, Lewiston, ME, April 10 & 11

Forwarded from Food for Maine’s Future, whose mission is “to help build a just, secure, sustainable, and democratic food system to the benefit of all Maine farmers, communities, and the environment”: 5th Annual Local & Sustainable Food Conference: Building Urban/Rural Alliances April 10 & 11, St Mary’s Nutrition Center, Lewiston, Maine Presented by Food for Maine’s Future, Lots to Gardens,

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WorldAffairs 2010 Live Webcast, 3/11-12

The World Affairs Council of Northern California presents the WorldAffairs 2010 Live Webcast on March 11 and 12, 2010: “The world that the Obama administration inherited a year ago is already a very different place. From global economic crisis to climate change, from international security dilemmas to development challenges, the path forward will require innovation from all sectors. Governments, non-governmental

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