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Rock the drought: Kill it with millet

Rock the drought: Kill it with millet

Grace Kerfoot

April 3, 2015


Filed under Features

California’s drought is a big deal and it’s about to deliver a roundhouse kick to your food budget. As the agricultural breadbasket of America continues to dry up, we can anticipate that farmers will struggle and food prices will rise. It’s time to start thinking and eating drought con...

‘Organic’ labeling isn’t what it seems

‘Organic’ labeling isn’t what it seems

Veronica De La Cruz

September 21, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

If eating quality food means spending $250 every two weeks on groceries, then I'm all for it. Despite the fact that I may not have a ton of extra spending money, I always make it a priority to buy organic produce, and I think others should do the same. After participating in a live Twitter...

Kombucha station energizes cyclists

Kombucha station energizes cyclists

Amanda Hovik

May 11, 2014


Filed under Features

Samples of oatmeal, coffee, chai tea and kombucha paired perfectly with yoga demonstrations to start off the day at Walk and Roll Wednesdays. The event is organized by the Butte Bicycle Coalition as a way for the cycling community to come togetherand learn about healthy eating and how to live sustainable. Joey Haney, Chico Natural Foods Cooperative ownership and outrea...

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